See, this is why they should have asked one of the librarians.
'Cause we could have figured out that pun in like…less than a minute, for reals.
Just a reminder: library/literary puns = reblog ‘round these parts.
NJLA members at New York Comic Con 2014
Mmmm, data! @losangeleslibrary’s human infographic makes circ data come alive! —- “Children representing the years 1918-1927 display the library’s circulation figure for each year, showing the growth in population and library use in L.A. during the boom of the 1920s. Circulation statistics in 1918 were 2,468,581, and by 1927 they were at 7,629,073 - an increase of 5,160,492 in just nine short years.”
.@phillymagicgardens highlights a way to repurpose your monthly event schedule. #tw —- We’ve got a jam packed month of events over here at the gardens. And while our Date Night is sold out, there is still time to pick up tickets for our Gala and other events, that you won’t want to miss this fall. #southstreet #magicgardens #thingstodoinphilly
Outfit inspired by Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm from Richard Scarry’s Busy World.
"There are all kinds of writers. The best writers write children’s books."
Wool Red Mini-Lederhosen by OIympia Le-Tan | Available at StyleBop.com
Rucksack No. 21 | Available at Fjällräven
Zophia Bootie by the North Face | Available at 6pm.com
Alice & You Short Sleeve Blouse in Yellow | Available at House of Fraser
Marc Jacobs Apple and Bowtie Necklace | Available at Farfetch
Bavarian Tyrol Hat | Available at Orvis.com
Gucci Swiss Wristwatch | Available at Amazon.com
I’ll take two of those necklaces & a rucksack, thanks!
Loving SPARK, a quarterly publication from Colorado’s Anythink Libraries. The mix of content is both lovely & lively, including humor, information about library services, and reflections from staff members.
If you know of other libraries publishing in this way - by/about libraries but for a wider public audience - please do let us know!