Listen to the language. Close your eyes and imagine. There is more than one way to experience a poem. In a realisation of the application of digital technology to the dissemination of … Continue reading
Reading Well’s #moodboosting booklist is available now for 2016 http://bit.ly/1Q056HG Get the books, promote the list, talk with people about mental health and the value of reading.
ALIA has partnered with Think Pink for a national breast cancer awareness promotion in October. They have included a reading list with their downloadable resources. There is some crossover with … Continue reading
Can your library actively use this list and this program to connect people with information when they need it most? This week, The Reading Agency launched Reading Well Dementia books … Continue reading
Everyone has the right to read comics and to be respected for it > Girls read comics too Read reviews, interviews and about women in comics. Readers advisory with comics > Some may … Continue reading
Great idea, Broome Public Libraries! Beach Reads gets books into the hands of people relaxing on the beach – they’re not in the library, this makes good use of donated … Continue reading
Just five things, but I’m sure we can think of more… (There’s a lot more to it than recommending a good book to a customer).
We launched this eBook on Daffodil Day to support people in their search for information about cancer. I’m over the moon excited about it. http://issuu.com/townsville_city_council/docs/cancer_wellness The Cancer Council is currently promoting … Continue reading
Our library plans to develop a program this year on lending preloaded eReaders. Many libraries do this already, including a couple of places where I know the librarians so will … Continue reading
24 The Book Lover’s Journal: My Personal Reading Record by Rene J. Smith Peter Pauper Press, NY. 2011 In 2011, in Logan, I met Paul Brown of Bestsellers at the QPLA Conference. … Continue reading