SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 6)

Mentioned in this episode: Makerspace Open Lab: Stranger Things Escape Room: Solvang Readaloud – Oliver Twist: Family Book Club: Red Queen: Red Queen (Hoopla): Norse Mythology: Fortnite: Animal Crossing – City Folk: Summer School: Masters of Doom: Saga of the Swamp Thing: EPISODEContinue reading “SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 6)”

SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 5)

Mentioned in this episode: Anime Club – Reptile Family (Carpinteria) – Leather Stamping – BYO Book – Shannon in Nashville – Coathangers Live Album – Magic Gone – King Princess EP – You Think It, I’ll Say It – Eligible – Austen Project – EPISODEContinue reading “SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 5)”

SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 4)

Mentioned in this show: Tech Tasting: Chess Club: Art Adventures: Music Academy: World Refugee Day: Social Justice Book Club: Hard Love: The Miseducation of Cameron Post: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe: Locas: Locas II: Love and Rockets on Hoopla: reading “SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 4)”

SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 3)

Summer Reading Program 2018 – makeSB – Dead Wake – Boys in the Boat – Boys in the Boat (Young Reader’s Edition) – Toms River – Soft Sounds From Another Planet – Santa Barbara Spot Prawns – Barnes & Barnes – Fish Heads (NOT Tiny Tim! MyContinue reading “SBPL Coffee Break (Episode 3)”

Love List – 2/26/18

Kacey Musgraves has a new album coming out on March 30! I am very happy with these two teaser tracks.  ^I love these wreaths. I couldn’t resist the seasonal cheer. They are from Michaels and were both discounted at 40% off when I purchased them separately. Don’t be a dummy and always wait for theContinue reading “Love List – 2/26/18”

What I Read Last Week:

Alaskans check bat detectors out at the library | Mental Floss Teens try hard to be rational, but emotions overrule | NPR Want to write a bestselling cookery book? Don’t worry about making it any good | The Guardian Reading the right book at the right (or wrong) time | Book Riot The semiotics ofContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

Improve your life with microadventures | Outside Why digital natives prefer reading in print | Washington Post Berkley or Berkeley? Library scores misspelled buttons | Detroit Free Press High court case threatens independent electoral map drawers | AP ‘Library Larry’ receives special dedication | Denton Record Chronicle Administration tells students not to look fraternity grizzlyContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

Shelf Wizard

My library recently purchased a number of these Shelf Wiz labels for throughout the adult reading stacks. They are findability tool and one part reader advisory resource. So far we have received a lot of positive feedback from patrons. Much thanks for my friend, Kaytlyn, who is an avid library user and pointed out thatContinue reading “Shelf Wizard”

Much scary, very books

I am the buyer for Mysteries, Thrillers, and Suspense Fiction (in addition to Large Print, Periodicals, Foreign Languages and ESL resources…) Which is kind of a joke because I HATE scary things and I do not like to read or watch about people in pain or danger. That being said, I am trying to readContinue reading “Much scary, very books”