Linda Justice
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The United States of YA- How many states have you read?

Check out this cool United States of YA Map from Epic Reads. A YA book for each state! How many states have you read?

Tween Art. Library Programs. Tangling. Patterns. Post-it Note Art.

Our Tweens this week learned about the art of Tangling. It’s a form of drawing or doodling that uses patterns. Its supposed to create a Zen like feeling in the person, while they create these…

Shelf Check: "Why do you love your library?" is NOT Community Engagement: Better Questions to Ask During National Library Week

Shelf Check: "Why do you love your library?" is NOT Community Engagement: Better Questions to Ask During National Library Week - or any time.

“Heroic Table of Elements”, where superheroes and villains from both DC and Marvel comics are displayed in a periodic table along with some facts about each figure, such as, the date of first appearance, ‘Heroic’ number (a number that represents the overall ‘power’ of a character), team affiliation, etc

Marvel at the Periodic Table of Comic Book Superheroes [CHART]

Library Displays: Missing Book Titles. What a great idea to get students interacting with books!

Library Displays: Missing Book Titles, nice interactivity here in filling in the blanks in missing book titles. Could get extra fun like magnetic poetry.

Flipflop Art Sculpture #sculpture #art #installation

Flip Flop Wings - What an awesome idea for using old flip flops! I'm sure a lot of people have old flip flops they don't use anymore that they could donate. We can have them write on the flip flops a place they've walked/travelled to!