Library Life Archive
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.
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 found
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