Summer reading is looming over us and it can’t seem to stop raining (although this weekend has been beautiful). Luckily April has a lot to offer in the way of library book displays. Think National Poetry Month, National Library Week, spring, rain, flowers, bunnies, chicks, frogs, etc etc. So here’s the rundown of my book displays for this month: Libraries are for Everyone This display was inspired by this Keep reading!
I’ve fallen a bit behind on reviewing books for the 2017 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge…but I’ve just had an evening coffee and am ready for a new post! Just imagine reading this post on good ol’ St. Patrick’s Day… Leprechaun in Late Winter (Magic Tree House #43) by Mary Pope Osborne // published in 2010 by Scholastic // 128 pages The Magic Tree House series is a reader’s advisory go-to for me, Keep reading!
One of my library’s adult reference ladies periodically hosts these AMAZING crafting programs on Monday afternoons. When I’m working. So I watch from outside the little meeting room window while being surrounded by crying babies and disheveled materials…hoping to one day have the freedom to craft… OKAY SO it’s not that dramatic. I love my job! But I also LOVE what the patrons end up making during these Monday [cr]afternoons. They’ve Keep reading!
Happy March, everyone! Once again, it’s time for a change in our monthly book displays. This time around I chose a fishy-themed display “Hooked on Books from the Bottom Shelf!” and a very simple “Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood?” display. Hooked on Books from the Bottom Shelf! I saw the idea for a “books from the bottom shelf” display floating around on the Internets and LOVED it. Keep reading!