After leading authors showed their love for libraries in written and graphic form, it’s readers’ turn. From life-defining visits to treasured childhood memories, these are some of our favourite tributes
"The Memphis Public Library & Information Center and the Memphis Library Foundation have kicked off a community-wide naming competition for the new 8,300-square-foot teen learning lab at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library..."
BRISTOL, Va. — Bristol native and Tennessee High School graduate Meghan O’Connor is currently exhibiting her prints in the Virgie R. Fleenor Gallery at the Bristol Public Library through Dec. 28. The exhibition is entitled “Coming Home” to honor her roots in the Bristol community.
"Ever since I learned to write my name at age 6 -- and thus was awarded a membership card -- I've been an avid fan of libraries. During weekly jaunts with mom through the stacks, I discovered Laura Ingalls Wilder and her fiddle-playing father, Flossie and Freddie Bobbsey, and the delightful tales of Flicka, Ricka and Dicka, the Swedish triplets..."
With Christmas just around the corner it can be stressful trying to gather gifts for your loved ones, when your days seem to be running together. Luckily there are still a few places in the community who want to help with the Christmas rush. For the first time the Friends of the McIver's Grant Public Library hosted a Christmas Bazaar...
""...With the book coming to fruition, the Jonesborough Genealogical Society will host an unveiling of the first book in the Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee series with fun, food, and celebration! On Sunday, December 14th, a celebration of the Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee: (pre) 1768-1777 will take place at 2 pm at the Washington County-Jonesborough Library..."
The siblings who created Monkey Nuts join us in a celebration of libraries with an exclusive comic strip. Enter the wacky world of Robin and Lorenzo Etherington and discover their tribute to Arundel library
"... Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks first heard folk singer Pete Seeger sing "We Shall Overcome" in the school's tiny, rustic library in 1954, when the first civil rights workshops were being held for activists who spoke quietly of a movement that would shout at the world..."
Part polemic and part love letter, the monologue Spine responds to library closures. It’s not just about the freedom of learning, finds Catherine Love, but also a personal narrative about the austerity agenda
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