Library Life Archive
A few days ago, a patron brought back an audiobook, saying that it was skipping. How frustrating to get halfway through a book, then miss a part because all you hear is eh—so—we—then—! It’s like listening to the edited version of rap. Still, I ended up benefiting from this disaster. After cleaning the
Where were you on February 13th, 2009? Were you one of the hundreds of people who came to the grand re-opening of the library on that day? It’s five years later and we’re celebrating the still-lovely and spacious surroundings – the beautiful stained glass, the refurbished Sandzen behind the service desk, the doubled space for the collection, the comfortable basement
At the library, we tend to meet all kinds of people from various walks of life – it is a great place for people with different interests and backgrounds to come together. Here is just a sampling of the fascinating people we might meet at the library: The cowboy who likes to read about alternative energy.
p5rn7vb Why is it that when you need a bookmark in a hurry, the one your friend gave you or the one you just picked up at the library — or the beautiful one you made – are nowhere to be found? I got to thinking about this the other day when I
Here is the saddest shelf in the library. It’s where incomplete returned items sit, mourning the loss of their significant other - a DVD case missing a disc, an audiobook missing a CD, a toy missing a piece, a music CD missing liner notes. You get the picture – the Library Lonely Hearts Club!
Writing a blog sounds easy, right? You just jot down your thoughts; the whole thing is very informal, and we’ve got several people contributing to the library’s new blog. So why are we all freaking out just a little bit? Because it’s harder than it sounds. Sure, we have a lightning bolt
I had an epiphany a few days ago. When I mentioned it to Ann, one of our Library Assistants, she gave me a wise, knowing smile, but I had never thought of it before. At the library, calling patrons to notify them that we are holding reserved books for them is like