How the Rhyming Dust Bunnies Inspired Me to Blog Again

*taps mic* Is this thing still on? Hello, friends! There’s something about being fully vaccinated that has me returning to my old loves. (Well, vaccines and dust bunnies but we’ll get to that in a moment.) Like Katie, I want to get into a semi-regular blogging routine again. Writing pushes me to reflect and connect, two… Continue reading How the Rhyming Dust Bunnies Inspired Me to Blog Again

LSC Journal Club Winter 2020: Volunteers in Libraries

Why hello, friends. It’s been awhile! I’m interrupting my blog hiatus to bring you a recap of the Winter 2020 Vancouver meet-up of the Library Services for Children Journal Club. The LSC Journal Club is a project I started with my friend Christie that brings library staff together to read and discuss relevant research to… Continue reading LSC Journal Club Winter 2020: Volunteers in Libraries

Emerging Research: Fall HELP Reads Articles

In September I wrote a blog post about the monthly research review provided by the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP) at the University of British Columbia called HELP Reads. Moving forward I’m going to share a selection of articles from these reviews every quarter to highlight recent and relevant research to the field of children’s… Continue reading Emerging Research: Fall HELP Reads Articles

Guest Post: Reducing Waste in Children’s Programming

Today’s guest post comes from my neighbour up north – the Prince George Public Library! Larissa Clotildes is a Library Assistant at the Prince George Public Library and she wrote this thoughtful post on how to reduce waste in children’s programming. It reminds me of a saying I learned in my college activist days –… Continue reading Guest Post: Reducing Waste in Children’s Programming