Little Free Libraries…Is There One In YOUR Neighborhood?

Pic via Little Free Library on Facebook

I first heard of the Little Free Library movement about a year ago, and I have to admit, I was intrigued. I could see immediately so many benefits from having a LFL on your street. Then, as these things happen, I went to Fredericksburg, VA to tour homes open during Historic Garden Week in Virginia…. 

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The Pop-Up Books of Vojtech Kubasta


At the end of January there was an article in the New York Times by William Grimes reviewing a recently opened exhibit, at The Grollier Club in New York. The exhibit showcases the work of the Czech Vojtech Kubasta -an extremely talented creator of pop-up books. After his budding career as an architect was cut… 

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ALSC Notable Children’s Books Nominees – Summer 2013


I can’t begin to tell you how excited I was to see the list of titles just released as Notable Children’s Books Nominees! Why? Well, because it’s always interesting to see what critical minds who read lots and lots of children’s books are thinking and what they like. But this year, it is especially gratifying… 

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