It’s time for a confession: I’ve never been patient enough to read the majority of adult nonfiction.
Have you ever wondered what Librarians and library staff members do when they are not on desk answering Reference questions or checking out books?
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Poetry is too often pigeonholed as insular, indulgent and even weak. Let’s remind ourselves of the poets, past and present, that have used their words to influence our attitudes, empower and galvanize action.
I garden because I believe fervently that local is better and in our world of GMOs, bee die-off, and climate change, I want to do my part to change the world.
As library staff hold our breath, waiting to hear about the storm predicted for Tuesday, it got me thinking about other “freak” storms and natural disasters.
Many people, when they think of slavery in the United States, think of the states of the Confederacy. But slavery existed throughout the land that came to be known as the United States, even before the states were united.
It’s always a special treat to find books that feature libraries and the people who adore them as much as we do.