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I follow several blogs, nings, Twitter chats, and more for school librarian issues.  This is just one of the ways I keep a pulse on best practice and opportunities or ideas to implement in my own practice. Generally it is effective and I highly recommend this. Today I found a gem to share from the […]

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Thursday I had the pleasure of seeing and listening to award winning and frequently challenged book author Chris Crutcher when he visited SC this week.  He was in Camden for a day or so and Columbia, SC.  I’m pretty sure it was a result of the summer challenge to Angry Management.  I’m just glad I got to meet […]

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How AWESOME is this?? This was shared with me today by Heather Loy, and I am amazed at the creative juices just oozing out of these displays. Want to join? Here are the directions that were sent to me. Banned Books Week: Call for Display Photos! Will your library or bookstore sponsor an event or […]

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Banned Books Week 2010

As we celebrate Banned Books Week, I am once again looking at keeping it low key.  Not as low key as last year, as a year under the belt here has given me more confidence in promoting the issue of censorship without drawing ire from conservatives.  Some displays that have the kids (and teachers) talking […]

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