Heroes and Villains #librarydisplay

This display was fun because I had a guest collaborator.  Two of our faculty members are parents to this awesome second grader.  She didn’t have school one day and they still had to teach.  Near the end of the day, she asked me what I was doing, and I told her that I was planning…

Prisons and Criminal (In)Justice #librarydisplay

We had been planning on putting up a display about prison and injustice this week, and it  corresponded with a class looking at this topic in depth this week.  Nice! We had thought of using a “Break out of your reading routine” sign with this, but it would have made it seem lighter than the…

Focus on Photography #library display

Here was a quick display we mounted with a few of our photography books- some how-to books, some fiction, and some looking at photography as art.  I was thinking of making  this sign in the shape of a camera, but there is no time in April or May to be fancy.  I also though of…

Books written in letters #library display

Spring is crazy in our library, so I’ve gotten a few weeks behind on posting about our recent displays.  A few weeks ago we featured fiction written in letters and epistolary novels. I learned that epistolary novels are told in letters, telegrams, newspaper stories, etc.  Dracula is actually told this way.  I’ve loved Regarding the…