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At the Libraries: Heavy on the Visuals

Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books. If there’s something noteworthy going on in your local library, leave us a comment!

I just can’t understand this no-fiction-prize business from the Pulitzer Committee. How do you have nominees but no winner? I guess the New Yorker has it figured.
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Who needs librarians when we have Google? Well, let’s just see how those two stack up against each other, shall we? Thanks, Sara!

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Library Amnesty Day was a success in Anchorage, Alaska. What a great idea!
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Books touch the heart, as one teacher can attest. But can they up kids’ test scores? And does it even matter?
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World Book Night was Monday! Post photos and share stories here. Did you do it? Tell me how it went, please?
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The Argentinian book tank I wrote about last year is on the move! The artist responsible for the tank filled with books is taking his show to Peru and Bolivia. Lucky countries!
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Awesome-library-video-of-the-week alert: Stop-motion with a card catalog! You are welcome.

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And here is the awesomest reading video of the week. Book People Unite!

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Okay, I’m really throwing the visuals at you this week. Think of it as the graphic novel version of my column! Here’s a great comic that pretty much nails where book technology is headed…or does it? Thanks, Joe!

Visit the source to see the rest of the comic.
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Guys! I finally saw The Hunger Games and I liked it! I didn’t love it, but it could have been really bad, so I am content. I also really want to take up archery… surely I can’t be the only one? See you all next week and thanks, as always, for reading! Email me with your great library news and I’ll be sure to run it.

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April 28th, 2012

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Stranger to the World

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