So the first book I picked up at the library this year was A Soupcon of Poison by Jennifer Ashley. I picked this up because I love (and I mean LOVE) her shifters and historicals. It seemed like a good way to try something different from her and I was glad that I did!
I know when we are talking about Library Books, we generally hear a bunch about ebooks and print books. I am here to remind you that audiobooks are there too.
Here are a couple of reasons to use your library for Audiobooks:
Did y’all know that September is Library Card Sign-Up Month? If you have been hanging around here for awhile I know you do. So my challenge to you is to spread the word wide and loud that it is time for people to get on board the Library Train!
I haven’t done one of these in FOREVER but #LibraryCardSignUp Month is September so every Monday in September I will show you how I use my library Hold and Loan System ONLINE!! I am a huge fan of Overdrive. Let’s start with HOLDS: I have 3 library cards and use the hold system to it’s fullest! Library 1: Local Library 2: Cross City Agreement Library Library 3: Anybody in the State is allowed a Library Card A couple of ways I use my Library System: *To check out books that I have the audiobook (I like to have the text to refer to) *If I really want a book I will put on hold in more than one library to see which one I get it first *Cookbooks!!!!! *Non-Fiction Books!!! True Crime specifically *Books I have heard are good but I am not sure I will like! How do you use your library hold system? Do you have more than one library card?
Hi y’all! Today I have Margaret from Goldilox and the Three Weres. She is sharing with you surprises that you can find at the library. This is one of my favorite things about libraries too!
We’ve probably all gone in to our libraries and found a display of kids’ art work from the local elementary school. In between one of those and the exhibits on local history, my library (Woodneath Library in Kansas City) has a town made of Legos which includes a Cars street scene, Ghostbusters headquarters, and the castle from Beauty and the Beast. My daughter, who’s in kindergarten, couldn’t stop talking about those Legos as we crossed the parking lot, but then we walked through the door and saw this.