There’s just kind of a …community of library people doing library things… Then sometimes there are little library surprises – even some of the programs and lectures. Those things happen and it’s like the library is telling you it loves you back.
Even dogs got in on the AADL Summer Game action!
Scout models a hat one of our patrons earned through her Summer Game points…
The game’s over, but you still have through Monday to order your library swag!
Libraries are lending tools you can’t 3-D print—awls, hammers, hacksaws, Moog synthesizers and human skeletons—to keep pace with the times.
Our very own Deputy Director, Eli Neiburger is quoted!
From the back matter of Māori and Polynesian: Their Origin, History and Culture by John Macmillan Brown (1907). Original from Harvard University. Digitized March 18, 2008.
Happy Birthday, Al Jardine!
Alan Charles “Al” Jardine (born September 3, 1942) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter. He is best known as a founding member of the rock band the Beach Boys. Learn more about this 1988 inductee at the Library and Archives.
In honor of folks heading back to school, here are some YA picks about school days — courtesy of Pickerington Library, but linked to the copies in our own AADL catalog here (for your requesting convenience!):
The Tragedy Paper
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks
Anna and the French Kiss
The Raven Boys
…and here’s a handy list of picture books and other titles from the AADL collection for younger readers headed back to class!
It’s back to school week here - we know: we can’t believe it, either! - not to mention, Isla and the Happily Ever After, the last book in one of our favorite boarding school series, has just been released!!
So let’s celebrate with a few YA novels (contemporary, dramatic, humorous, fantastic) that are all about school daze. Days. You know what we mean. =)