This is a throwback to my first Blind Date with a Book Display in 2015. I have no idea where that red, felt display case blanket is and now I kind of miss it.
Two Things: The only thing that I am decently and consistently good at (library-related) are books displays and promotion. I like mountain ranges.
We celebrated Valentine’s Day with our annual Blind Date with a Book display. I started the tradition last year and so far library users have adored it. I select some well-known and some off-the-beaten trail fiction, nonfiction, mystery, and biography books, warp them in brown paper + decorate, and write tags for them that withContinue reading “Blind Date with a Book 2016”
Besides a day of tricks and jokes April 1st marks the start of National Poetry Month. As the month goes on, I plan to incorporate some hands-on activities for this display. Stay tuned!
Quick book display at the New Library. My supervisor came up with the theme and together we pulled the back-to-school, college-themed books. I made the little sign.
With the World Cup going on and there being grass on the table from the last display, I thought that FIFA Fever and World Cup Dreams was an appropriate selection for this cycle’s display. I was also interested in expressing the fact that one of our maintenance crew members (who is an incredibly dedicated andContinue reading “FIFA Fever”
Full Disclosure: I had very little to do with setting-up this display. The Assistant Director was looking for display case ideas for June and my co-worker suggested comics and graphic novels from the library’s collection. Comic books and graphic novels at our library are shelved depending on what department they are purchased from. Adult graphicContinue reading “Comic Culture”