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Ursula Le Guin! Listen Carefully. What an inspiration!


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Reading Matters

Does it matter what we read? It matters that we enjoy reading what we are reading. It is so satisfying when you give a book talk and generate interest in a story, or an author. But then what is so demoralizing is … Continue reading

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Library advocacy

I just read The Not Too Distant Future blog http://futura.edublogs.org/2010/04/18/rethinking-library-advocacy/ about library advocacy.  Two mothers from Spokane WA, Lisa Layera Brunkan and Susan Lloyd McBurney have done a lot of footwork to figure out how we can best advocate for our … Continue reading

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