I wanted to share with you some of the posts I’ve read lately that I clipped to my Evernote files. I hope you find something here you can use as well.
These Tape and Paperclip Necklaces from How About Orange would not only make an excellent teen program, they were inspired by one.
Barbara Klipper wrote a very informative piece over on the ALSC Blog About Apps and Autism
Word Chasing reflects on the meaning of a book having a “likeable” main character in What We Talk About When We Talk About Like
A great new-to-me blog Catch the Possibilities writes about Baby Storytime: Using Beach Balls
On the YALSA Blog Allison Tran wrote a fun post about YA Characters on Polyvore with lots of great examples. What a great passive/ independent program this would make!
Amy at The Show Me Librarian thinks about what we have to offer and who we are trying to reach in her post School Literacy Nights: The Public Library’s Role
Melinda Lo writes about David Levithan’s Two Boys Kissing and explains that even when privilege can get things done and help bring about change we still need to be aware of it. Also, I am in serious love with her site design.
Bryce Don’t Play has a great program post on Wild Record Wednesdays: Sneaky Stem
And finally, some adorable kiddie art projects based on Freight Train.