Bugs Bugs Bugs

Patti from Durand sent over some photos from their program with Bruce The Bug Guy–they shared expenses with Colfax and Bloomer to bring him, so they saved money, and they had over 85 people attend.  Looks like a fun intergenerational program!

Meaningful art with children

Process Art in action, from Authentic Parenting Blog, another great resource!I found an archived Infopeople webinar about giving young children meaningful art experiences at the library, Creative Spaces and Family Engagement.   Bridget Alexander is...

Libraries and Homelessness

Last week on the same day I ran across two pieces on libraries serving people who are homeless.  One came from Katie Morsch, director of Our Neighbor’s Place shelter in River Falls.  It’s a Reuters article about libraries on the front lines of...

Autism Books

Thanks to a donation from Navigating Autism, a Wisconsin organization dedicated to assisting families affected by autism, I received 3 books (all paperback) that are not presently held in the MORE system.  IFLS Librarians:  If you would like these items for...

Schneider Family Award Blog Tour

Schneider Family Book Award SealKathie Schneider is a library advocate, retired psychologist from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, author, disability advocate, and dog enthusiast (to name only a few of her attributes!).  We are lucky to have her in our...