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Ruth Frances Long Oct 18
Replying to @RFLong
By all means tell me if you're getting my books from a library. Tell me which libraries. Celebrate them and tell me how FanBloodyTastic they are. Tell me about the librarians who shape readers & suggest the books you grow to love forever, who work tirelessly for us
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Margaret Breidenbaugh Oct 16
Replying to @KarenDeBonis
Hi Karen! For genealogy I follow and . For stuff about libraries I like and . I also check for Tweets about WWI from mostly British tweeters. Interesting perspectives. If I think of more I’ll come back!
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Enid Blyton Official Oct 18
It's inspiring to see the impact libraries have had on these authors' lives
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London Libraries 16h
Reading glasses. What’s on your shelf this weekend?
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Joanne Harris 6h
Most authors . Not only are they a terrific free resource for people of all ages and backgrounds, but they help support authors, too. Every book borrowed earns the author a small fee, which provides them with a welcome windfall every year...
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Debbie Bisbee 15h
A Library Learning Commons provides freedom and autonomy for students; students can choose where they sit, what they read, and what they research in a self- directed inquiry process.
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Sheila O'Flanagan Oct 18
Fabulous pieces by 12 authors about their library experiences. One of my proudest moments was the first time I gave a talk in a local library. I felt very welcome surrounded by old friends - the books I'd borrowed over the years.
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Swansea Libraries 12h
Go on, pamper yourself this weekend - you know you deserve it! Check out these titles. Check here for availability or to place a hold.
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Helen McCarthy 17h
Gearing up for a trip to Gateshead tomorrow for ! See you there? I hope so because library conventions rock!
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Swansea Libraries 17h
The Windrush Project – film showing at Swansea Central Library TOMORROW, 2pm
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Rachel Heydecker 15h
Great to read about the wide variety of offers from libraries in Scotland, including partnerships with the NHS to promote self-management of health
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Midlothian Libraries 10h
A big thank you to everyone who came along, and to the for providing the boxes! 3/3
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Laini Ghouls  🎃 6h
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Swansea Libraries 16h
Some great titles to get your book shy youngster back into reading.
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The Herb Garden Vegetarian Bistro Oct 18
Need to act now re libraries before it’s to late
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Jan New 5h
Replying to @Joannechocolat
So it’s a beautiful win win! Libraries saved me and gave me so much as a child and later as a mature student
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Herefordshire Libs 12h
Library hosts Lego club today between 4-5pm! Come along and see what you can create using the libraries' bricks - grown-ups are encouraged to join in too!
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Heritage@WSHC Oct 18
The tale of the mysterious vanishing lady and her dog is one of many in the fascinating Ralph Whitlock's 'Wiltshire Foklore and Legends' which you can find in our local studies library under AAA.398
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Midlothian Libraries 15h
Lovely recommendation! So glad you like it 😊
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Sherri A. Dub Oct 18
I love libraries. When I was younger, I learned there was an (adult) section. It just meant books that were more mature (not porn). I was so intrigued. When I was a teen, I bravely stepped in & checked out: Stephen King, John Saul & Edgar Allen Poe. It was awesome!
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