Tag Archives: reading

Summer Listening/Watching Programs?

Most of us got into the profession because we love books, but let’s face it, the majority of our service areas aren’t avid readers.  Yet, for many public libraries, the biggest event each year is the Summer Reading Program.  Encouraging kids … Continue reading

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Reader Development or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Proust

A BCR colleague, Laura Olson, recently told me about the concept of Reader Development, which originally started in the UK.  Laura and her fellow library school students are really excited by this holistic approach.    I took a look at the website … Continue reading

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