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.
Have you had projects that you never got to complete? A to-do list with blank spaces where there should be ticks? A to-be-read pile that, like The Magic Pudding, just … Continue reading
Auckland Libraries have made it very easy for the rest of us now to promote those books, magazines and films in our collections that feature LGBTIQ characters, and are by … Continue reading
Is anyone else leading review writing workshops in public libraries? I’m styling mine like I imagine Laneway Learning does; informal, enjoyable, and with a practical outcome. Do your bookclub members … Continue reading
Earlier in the year Tegan Usher, a Masters of Philosophy candidate at Melbourne University, conducted a survey for her research : A novel prescription: Which books should General Practitioner’s prescribe to patients … Continue reading
Good news for libraries getting ready to promote reading events over the coming six weeks… The Reading Hour has downloadable posters, logos and web banners available for use here. … Continue reading
I discovered a term last week that pretty accurately describes an anti-readersadvisory behaviour I have occasionally seen, and been told of. When staff chuckle over the inferiority of graphic novels … Continue reading
Townsville Eye Nothing Holds Back the Night by Delphine De Vigan, 2013 read more Artgaze Magazine Banksy: The Man Behind the Wall by Will Ellsworth-Jones, 2012, at ArtGaze Magazine Tarcutta … Continue reading