No foolin’: GFJ’s own Sara-Jo Sites has three, count ’em, three book reviews published in the April 1, 2013 issue of School Library Journal, with our library name below hers on the byline. SLJ is a major library publication and widely read by the national library community; featuring professional articles as well as reviews libraries rely on to decide what books to buy. Congratulations Sara-Jo!
As Congress debates dropping funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and eliminating the National Endowment for the Humanities, author Scott Turow decries nationwide cuts in liabrary funding
Join the fun this summer and enter to win a gift basket filled with “Literary Elements”. For every five books read, fill out a reading log and drop in the box in the adult area of the library. Winners will be drawn the week of August 4. Pick up your summer reading packets at the…
Can’t get enough of the PBS series “Downton Abbey”? Try these.
The library is looking for a part-time employee to clean the library. Duties include vacuuming, dusting, cleaning restrooms, light snow shoveling. Fifteen to nineteen hours per week with alternating Saturdays, early morning shifts 6 to 10 AM or 7 to 11 AM. Pay is $8.50 per hour. Position is 3-month temporary, possible permanent appointment. Applications…
An interesting article from the NY Times comparing the ecological impact of books vs. e-readers. Their conclusion?: Borrow a book from your library!
Join millions of eBook and audiobook readers around the world enjoying one book. Get a free copy of Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth on the Download Zone from September 16-30.