He's no relation, and we don't even have buses in our district anymore, but I still think it's a great idea! I always have a box of books that aren't appropriate for my library, but that I haven't gotten around to sharing with the elementary schools. This would be a great use for them!
This reminds me-I can borrow all sorts of artifacts from the local natural history museum! What can you display in your library? Check with local museums; you might be surprised what's available. I'm going with the alligator first!
If you have a creative spark, spend a few minutes with this blog. There are some amazing projects here that could spark an idea for your school library, or a joint project with your public library. Follow on twitter @IArtLibraries, too!
Here are just a few of the most amazing library labs that exist today, though many more are in the works. I see more school libraries heading this way. Check out Michelle Luhtala @mluhtala on Twitter for a recent example of her new collaborative space!
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