In which I use gifs to talk about work and how plans can change on a dime. There are three more weeks, with about 18 more days of programming for my library’s summer learning program (although who is counting) and I am feeling like the other shoe is about to drop. via GIPHY I […]
The last Thursday in June is National Handshake Day and here are picture book ideas to observe and celebrate this day with children.
A few years ago my BIL and I attended a Bacon festival and this is where I learned that the deliciousness of candied bacon existed. Make your own with three simple ingredients.
One of the things I do struggle with is Infant storytime. I love the babies but performing the storytime for babies can be a bit of a struggle.
In which I Seuss in spite of my Seuss hate*. Y’all know the drill: it’s early March and people are all “It’s Dr. Seuss Day!” and running around in red and white stripes, cat whiskers, Thing One and Thing Two gear (which I would totes rock so long as my clone did so too). And then […]
r’s note: I am partnering with #HalosFun to spread Pure Goodness! Affiliate links are used in this post; if you make a purchase I will receive a small commission. But these books are kid tested and approved. Punxsutawney Phil has seen his shadow so this means SIX more weeks of winter. I should not complain; […]
About two years ago the Free Library of Philadelphia created a Culinary Literacy Center, a commercial-grade kitchen that serves as a classroom and dining space for the people of Philadelphia. In addition to the space being used by a catering company, the center offers classes and workshops for library users and last night The Librarian, […]