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Use this idea for National Library Week in your classroom library or in the school's library! Hmmm do it during orientation and when all classes are finished, give out a prize to the winner.

Happy National Library Week! (A little late) And one other thing

monthly raffle for free book -- HoJos Teaching Adventures: Happy National Library Week! (A little late) And one other thing.

Library Card Sign-up Month - September 2014: http://www.ala.org/librarycardsignup  September is Library Card Sign-Up Month - a time when t...

ALA celebration days for library

20 Incredibly Creative Ways Librarians Spread the Magic of Reading

20 Images That Prove Librarians Are Incredibly Creative

Teens can try to guess the title of this shredded book for a chance to win big in our Teen Summer Reading prize drawing. What a great passive programming idea.

This creative, crafty DIY library display is a great way to make a bookshelf filled with epistolary books for YA readers pop.

20 Images That Prove Librarians Are Incredibly Creative

Two New Displays (and a bunch of new books!

Book Cover Bingo Teen Library Program

Book Cover Bingo Teen Library Program would be great with the build a better story program

Help make the YA section an even brighter place!

Teen Crafternoon: National Library Week Bookends

Make YA space brighter with newly decorated bookends. Low cost, high reward program at the library for teens.

Q: what book changed your life? Like the idea of an interactive library bulletin board with rotating questions students can answer with post-its

Q: what book changed your life? Like the idea of an interactive library bulletin board with rotating questions patrons can answer with post-its! Love this idea for National School Library Month

Passive programming for YA section. Pages from weeded books and Sharpies. Participants create poetry by leaving select words visible and blacking out the rest.

Passive programming for YA section. Pages from weeded books and Sharpies. Participants create poetry by leaving select words visible and blacking out the rest. Great for national poetry month

Valentines Day at Lisle Library District- passive program, could be a bulletin board display.

Have these at circ desk for the month of February for patrons to fill in!

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