The evening was off to a sprinting start. I was very surprised to give out so many samples of a book we publish on New York this evening and to so many librarians not from New York. I was skeptical about bringing so much of this sample. Happy to be wrong. Our “Lexicon of American Food” was popular. Any culinary librarians out there? The most exciting contact for me was a reference libraian from Connecticut who said she was very interested in me developing an outdoor/hiking program for patrons using our Falcon Guides. This is my dream goal this year is to some contribute a hiking program to many libraries. Great start to #ala11.
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