The Day the Crayons Quit: Virtual Family Program

Sometimes something special happens and what I share here on Jbrary inspires people to try new things. A few months ago I shared the amazing work of libraries who created displays, scavenger hunts, and contests around the book The Day the Crayons Quit. Awhile later I heard from Sarah Viviani, a youth services librarian in… Continue reading The Day the Crayons Quit: Virtual Family Program

The Day the Crayons Quit Display, Scavenger Hunt, and Photo Contest

You know what I wish? That one day the stars align and the theme of the B.C. Summer Reading Club matches either the Collaborative Summer Library Program or the iRead Summer Reading Program. You all have some amazing ideas! Today’s post will shine a light on the creative work being done this summer with the… Continue reading The Day the Crayons Quit Display, Scavenger Hunt, and Photo Contest

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