When children ask for a summer reading list, I bet you have great suggestions. But when adults ask you for recommendations, do you find yourself scratching your head? If so, have I got a list for you! This list is… Read More ›
This summer, my library is buzzing a little more than usual. The students have all gone, but we are seeing more teachers stopping by and our space is being used by several summer programs. The main space still boasts a… Read More ›
As I’m home over the summer, I often see the mail carrier delivering the mail. The daily visits reminded me of the book Mailing May by Michael O. Tunnell. Based on a true story that took place in 1914, May… Read More ›
Not Your Mother’s School Library: Transformational Thinking and Innovation to Impact Learning for the School Community.
Five years ago, I began my new position as head librarian in a large public high school located in the Midwest. Needless to say, I was excited about all the opportunities and possibilities it would offer. My previous experiences at… Read More ›