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This wonderful magical tree is on display at our Central Library. Created by librarian Blythe and made of recycled paper packaging. It's name is Braeburn Greenleaf Goodwood III (an apple tree), and it changes with the season. Faeries live behind the little door.

Dust off your old favorites!

I would love to do this!

shelf markers directing patrons to other similar new authors - an idea shared from Garfield County Libraries, Colorado! #SDSLCornerstone

Library question during Teen Read Week 2012

What a neat idea! Dewey's Number Of The Day Students find Melville out on the shelves, explore the books around him, then jot down what they think that Dewey number means. Prizes? Extra checkout?

My ideal tree.

Book tree

What a great way to remind students in the library that e-Books exist and provide them instant access to them (pic from WHS library).

"Bee" Seen Reading! Bees: plastic eggs, pipe cleaners, & toilet roll tubes

Sports book display with yard markers, end zones and goal posts. Irresistible!

Shower for Baby

DCG Middle School Library: library display...I'll have to do this at my front desk!!! So CUTE!

Beneath the Surface Display (Rachel Moani)

I love the idea of having a photo-op display for SRP

For February?? Sweet Reads!

"Kids take a chance at reading...." bags - how much fun for getting them to try different reading genres!

e-books display

Teen read week / Halloween display

This is a great idea for a quick, fun library display.

Signage for navigating the space and opportunities for self-directed learning at the Seattle Public Library. "In fact, everything about the children's department at Seattle Public Library says, 'Hello. You are welcome here. Feel free to use our services.'"

text-block: Superb front door display to the Eatons Hill State School #Library in March 2013.  It captures the essence of librarianship.  Bravi! P1000016 (by Eatons Hill SS Library and Information Services)