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Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover…But What about the First Line?: A Teen Library Display

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover…But What about the First Line?: A Teen Library Display | The Magpie Librarian: A Librarian's Guide to Modern Life and Etiquette

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Passive Programs and Other Experiential Library Doings

Library fortune Reader’s advisory, 3rd grade style. Fortunes are: You will read a mystery You will read a book with a red cover There will be a talking animal in the book Call number 821 Librarian’s choice Author’s first name will be Jane The title of your book will start with S Something historical or hysterical

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Tickets hidden in library books- My version of the golden tickets has different colors to use in different genres. These will be hidden in library books that have not been checked out in a while. The green ones will encourage the students to try a new book too.

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Recharging Retirees in Retirement Communities: Library Programs for Senior Adults. Poetry reading, book talks, reading groups, choral readings, chat and chews, so much can be done! More ideas at http://www.lib.niu.edu/1998/il980115.html

"Library Lego Checkout Club" - such a cool idea! Everytime a child checks out books, they get to add 3 legos to a tower in the children's room. --> What a fun idea for kids to visualize the number of books they check out!

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