60 Years and Counting
This year, the American Library Association will celebrate 60 years of National Library Week, which was created to combat Americans spending less money on books and more money on other forms of entertainment. In 1958, the first National Library Week was observed with the theme, Wake Up and Read.
April 10 = NLWD18
Today is National Library Workers Day where we recognize the amazing contributions of our dedicated library support staff. Get in on the celebration by nominating a star at your local library, buying some NLWD swag, or tweeting your librarian love with #nlwd18!
Love for Books on Wheels
Tomorrow is National Bookmobile Day, which is always on the Wednesday of National Library Week. This is the day to celebrate the bookmobiles that serve our communities, so shout out bookmobiles around the globe on social media with #bookmobileday2018, rock the bookmobile lover pin, or give a personal thanks to your local bookmobile staff.
So…are you excited about National Library Week? Have you thanked a librarian lately? Do you return library books on time? Let us know in the comments! |RL
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I’m Katisha, the wizard behind Reel Literature. As a longtime book nerd, I hate to see an amazing book spoiled by a lackluster movie. Join me as I read the books that have definitely been watered down and most likely ruined by Hollywood. With a lot of humor and a little snark, I share my thoughts on all things books and the movies they inspire. Find me in these internet streets on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram.