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Feeding The Dragon Apr 14
Closing out with a clip from speaking on her connection to and the importance of the library. Full article and video:
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TEEN WOLF Apr 13
What would be without a LIBRARY?! 😭
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Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy Apr 14
60 Years ago, America’s libraries organized and asked the country to “Wake Up and Read!” We couldn’t agree more! We hope you visit your local library today, as we close the book on another National Library Week.
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Little Free Library® Apr 13
It's still ! May we suggest you follow the wise words of Hermione Granger, and go to a library (big or little) this weekend?
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Novlr Apr 15
The smallest library in the world has appeared on the streets of New York City – and it has space for just one reader at a time.
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Lousy Librarian Apr 14
Final results, official poll of America's favorite weeks, in order of preference: Shark Week Fashion Week Holy Week Fleet Week Sweeps Week Hell Week "One Week" by the Barenaked Ladies Ezra Weeks Finals Week
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Tracy Ur Apr 13
Me to myself, going through my closet: 'No one needs this many cardigans.'
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OverDrive Libraries Apr 13
We're not crying, you're crying 😭
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Laurel Ann Nattress Apr 15
In support of - a few library rules from a Nottingham, England newspaper circa 1930, that should also apply to retail bookstores. I'd like to update the list to include no drug deals or use in the bathrooms, no unsupervised children and ill-tempered rants!
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ChicagoPublicLibrary Apr 14
CPL is ranked the best library in the United States and the 3rd best in the world by the Heinrich Heine University in Dusseldorf, Germany. We're proud our 80 locations serve as community hubs throughout the city! 😍📚🙌👍
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Michael Bennet Apr 14
Replying to @SenBennetCO
Libraries open doors for Coloradans by offering educational classes, workforce development, and a culture of lifelong learning. Access to information, and a focus on edited content, are critical for our society to continue to thrive.
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Novlr Apr 15
There are more public libraries than McDonald’s in the United States.
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Tanya Mays Apr 15
During our scholars enjoyed listening as officers read to them. Thank you for your support and encouragement to read!
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Tompkins Library Apr 16
may be over, but these bookends will brighten our library for years to come! Some were inspired by favorite books (like Speak by ), while others were inspired by color and design. Our students are incredibly talented!
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HowardCountyLibrary Apr 14
Congratulations to the 328 teams who competed in last evening's Battle of the Books!
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StoryCorps Apr 14
“My father was the keeper of the temple of knowledge.” Ronald Clark revisits a childhood that provided extraordinary access to a branch of the New York Public Library — complete with middle-of-the-night book expeditions.
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Peggy M McAloon Apr 14
It's - Pick up a good at your local library for the weekend, pour yourself a cup of tea, and sit back as you're whisked out of your world and into another.
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Medieval Manuscripts Apr 14
Richard de Bury, noted library user and supporter, would probably have enjoyed . He died 1345 Cotton MS Nero D VII, f. 87r
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Kathie MacIsaac Apr 13
Have I mentioned how much I love my preschool patrons? Today, I got invited over for a playdate this weekend. I had to graciously decline, but these are the moments that make all the frustrations worthwhile. 😀
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The City Library Apr 13
Lara Jones and Billy Palmer of 's Radioactive stopped by the Creative Lab to talk about how they use The City Library. Once a month you can meet them and tell your story during their open-mic sessions!
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