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September 19 is one of my favorite holidays. International Talk Like a Pirate Day is such a fun one to celebrate at libraries! Talk Like a Pirate day is nicely timed, too, right after Summer Reading and right before Halloween, … Continue reading
Harvest Festival season is upon us here in Nova Scotia, and as usual, I’ve been asked to run children’s games in my small town. I’m glad to do it—the kids love the games we come up with, and the parents … Continue reading
Recently I held a Library Survivor Lock-in in partnership with the local RCMP detachment. The participants were aged 7-12, and we gave them several library, craft, and first-aid tasks for their teams. Building a newspaper survival hut was no problem, … Continue reading
…and the living is busy! Anyone who is in the business of children’s services in a library is busy right now. I’m surprised you even have time to read this! Summer Reading Club is sheer madness for library staff, but … Continue reading
About 6 months ago, I heard about this cool thing from my friend Kirsten Cappy at Curious City called StoryWalk. For those of you who did not click on the links, here’s the lowdown: a picture book is put, page … Continue reading
Our Summer Reading Club is mostly funded from the sales of an annual Book Sale. We just held our SRC Book Sale a few weeks ago and raised just over $1000. Our books are cheap—we sell paper backs for 25 … Continue reading