Tag Archives: Booktalk

The Best of SAYL Mail

(Written by Jacque Peterson) As librarians we demand, enjoy, and disseminate information with enthusiasm, but sometimes it seems like we are buried under a mountain of professional journals, blogs and required readings.  It’s hard to keep up! SAYL mail is my … Continue reading

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How To Feature Autographed Books in a Personal Way

(written by Audrey Charvat-Drew, Northwood ABC Librarian, Anchorage) My adrenalin rose as I met and conversed with the many authors and illustrators in the Exhibition Hall at this year’s annual ALA Conference.  The number of opportunities available meant that timing … Continue reading

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Reader’s Advisory & Steampunk

Attendees at the School Library Leadership Academy this year were treated to a variety of knowledgeable guest speakers including Georgine Olson of the Fairbanks Public Library. Along with other information, Georgine helped us learn to give a “booktalk on the … Continue reading

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Teri Lesesne Visits SLLA 2012 – WOW

If you missed out on the School Library Leadership Academy @ UAA in August this summer, you missed a LOT! I was both privileged and energized to hear Professor Nana booktalk and share ideas for an entire amazing day.

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Diamond Willow – A Poetic Review

(Written by Linda Thibodeau, a book review of Diamond Willow by Helen Frost)

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