This blog began as an assignment for “Managing and Working in Information Organizations,” morphed into an assignment for “YA Materials,” and has become a place for library related discussion and readers advisory recommendations. Now I’m the Children and Teen Librarian at Fort Erie Public Library in Ontario Canada, and a recent grad from UWO’s Master of Library and Information Sciences program. There’s never a shortage of library-related-thoughts here.

Whether you’re here for book recommendations, discussions on library programming, library display ideas, or to peruse my online portfolio: welcome! I hope you find what you’re looking for. Feel very free to leave comments, or contact me if you want to discuss anything library related (or just tell me about an amazing book!) – I love connecting with new people.

Imagine how much more libraries could do if we shared resources more often. I’ve made it a priority to share my projects, tips, and reflections with other librarians, which is why you’ll find so many free downloadable resources on my blog. All I ask is that you don’t claim the work as your own, you refer any interested parties to my blog, and you send me photos if you do something totally awesome with it!

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  1. I just sent a link to your website to a few of my elementary and high school library friends! Thanks again for sharing all these great ideas.

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