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    The Librarian's List

    A list of our most beloved books, "bookish" quotes, and book lists created by librarians for librarians and the world! If you are a librarian and would like to contribute to this list, please send an email with "Attention Heidi" in the subject line to Please limit yourself or your institution to one or two pins a day. Thanks for your contributions!

    The Librarian's List

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    Im Fine and Other Lies Depression Will Tell You

    I need a few more colors--Grocery bag brown [] Things I've Read That I Don't Want Anyone To Know I've Read. Deep Purple [] Sappy Trashy Mindless Stuff That I'm Too Embarrassed To Let Anyone Know I've Read. Gun Metal [] Things I've Read That Aren't Traditional Girl Books

    Our "Be Thankful You Don't Live in These Dystopias!" display!

    Our National Novel Writing Month (NANOWRIMO) display!

    Our James Bond and other spies display!

    Our punctuation pals – Show that punctuation marks are our pals with this infographic to explain twelve of our ever-useful punctuation marks. Take a look at the full stop, question mark, exclamation mark, comma, speech marks, apostrophe, brackets, colon, semicolon, single dash, hyphen and bullet point.

    Top 10 Websites for the ESL Teacher

    These 10 fearless heroines possessed chutzpah and overcame adversity in a way that can inspire us all.

    Cyndi's List- County websites, vital records sources, cemetery transcriptions, family websites

    Roots web- General info, message boards, mailing lists for genealogists

    Free Genealogy and Family History Online - The USGenWeb Project

    Graphic Bill of Rights

    Simple Lego Projects

    My Thoughts...My Reflections...A Principal's View: How Our Space Became a Makerspace

    STAR_Net: Science-Technology Activities & Resources for Libraries

    Milwaukee area residents give tips about what worked best for their Little Free Library design.

    9 books you should have read in high school that are totally worth reading now. If you didn't read these in high school, don't worry: you'll enjoy them more as an adult anyway.

    Isaac Asimov on libraries

    The Tsar of Love and Techno by Anthony Marra. "You know those books that make you lower the pages for a moment? Where you don't cry but you feel the heaviness of the moment on your chest? Tsar of Love and Techno is classified as a work of short stories but the interwoven art of the piece is something I have never seen before. I was constantly caught off guard, and my emotions were inexplicably tethered to the characters." -O'Fallon librarian

    LibraryReads - Books Recommended by Librarians

    real life vs virtual life. take some time to conside how your life was before you got stuck on the computer.

    The Girl with Ghost Eyes: With a rich and inventive historical setting, nonstop martial arts action, authentic Chinese magic, and bizarre monsters from Asian folklore, The Girl with Ghost Eyes is also the poignant story of a young immigrant searching to find her place beside the long shadow of a demanding father and the stigma of widowhood.