Some great resources and ideas

Some great resources and ideas

It’s still a pandemic.  It’s ALSO Friday. And sunny.  I hope you will find these few reminders about great resources a good Friday diversion.  Hopefully you have also heard the calming voice of Tessa Michaelson Schmidt on this week’s FAQ Friday...
A Treat: Everywhere Book Fest

A Treat: Everywhere Book Fest

I didn’t know about the Everywhere Book Fest before it happened (May 1 and 2), maybe I heard about it but it got lost in the flood of information and resources (I’ve heard it described as a fire hose many times!).  But yesterday, someone smart forwarded...

RAILS webinar and IFLS Collaboration

I’ve been promising to share the RAILS webinar Beyond E-Storytimes I’ve been raving about in the past couple of Youth Services Check-Ins.  Here it is!  There are some technical challenges in the first part, but the first part has some of my favorite...

Kids Can Help Jim Gill Create Music

Jim Gill, early childhood expert, children’s musician, and author, is co-creating videos with kids!  Children can send illustrated ideas to complete the phrase “May there always be…” and Jim will put them in a song with a video.  He’s...

What about those Seniors?

Kate in Glenwood City was feeling sad for all the seniors in high school, who have had their last chance at a lot of high school milestones disrupted by COVID 19.  She put out a call for seniors to send in a photo*, a  few things about themselves, and a favorite...
Project ENABLE

Project ENABLE

Almost 6 weeks ago, when I was gathering up things to bring home to work on during the time at home, I was excited to spend some time delving into Project ENABLE (Expanding Non-discriminatory Access By Librarians Everywhere), an rich resource from Syracuse University...