New Books in Professional Collection

Thanks to an LSTA grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services, we got some great new books for the IFLS professional collection. If you want to borrow them, you can do so via the staff side of the MORE catalog. If you aren’t on MORE, contact me or...

Math and Science in Storytime?!

image from flickr, hcplebranch,boy playing with tangrams at storytimeThe Vermont Center for the Book has come up with some resources to help librarians incorporate math and science ideas and concepts into their storytimes called What’s the Big Idea. How fun is...

Dates to Remember

Thanks to Jo at the Phillips Public Library for this list of dates you might want to remember with displays or programs at your library: March 2 Read Across America6-12 Teen Tech WeekAprilPoetry month2 International Children’s Book Day10 National Library Week12...

Have Your Teens Make a Movie!

CSLP, the national organization that creates and coordinates the summer library program, is hosting a teen PSA contest in 2011. The Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning, (DLTCL) is collaborating with the Youth Services Section (YSS) of the...

Performer Roundup

At the last Youth Services Idea Swap, talk turned to Performers. Since our next Performer Showcase is not scheduled till next fall, let’s help each other out! If you had a performer in the past who you thought was absolutely outstanding, send in a rave review....