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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Joining ALSC at the 2012 ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim? When you’re not riding the roller coasters at Disneyland, come join us for a few programs. We’ve got a nice selection of events for members, non-members and everyone in-between. Here … Continue reading
Each month, an ALSC member is profiled and we learn a little about their professional life and a bit about their not-so-serious side. Using just ten questions, we try to keep the profiles fun while highlighting the variety of members … Continue reading
I first saw The Secret Garden in a theater completely devoid of people who were not related to me. It was just me, my mother, my younger sister, and my father. This alone would have made me love the film. … Continue reading
In a post earlier today, I offered tips about offering an infant/toddler musical storytime program for groups of up to 150 people. Here is a sample program: Mother Goose & More Sample Program* Hello Song: Hello Everybody (tune from the … Continue reading
Two years ago my library tried something new: a 100% musical storytime called Mother Goose & More for infants and toddlers through 2 and their caregivers. We now present it 50 times a year; on the mornings we schedule the … Continue reading
At my school, our library and educational technology departments have combined recently. It makes a lot of sense since we all work together anyway, and there is plenty of cross-over to be exploited in our curriculum. It is exciting for … Continue reading