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National Library Week

Is your library doing anything for National Library Week?

Well, have you seen these cute National Library Week videos? I LOVE the little finger puppet NLW monsters! Sometimes I just watch them over and over. My favorite is the one with the upward eyeballs...


Sorry for all the silliness! It is just too warm in the library today to be serious.


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Clare, I'm glad you told us about the cool videos. They are so cute!!! My assistant and I just shared a laugh watching them.

They are clever ideas for library week!

I wish someone would invent one for medical libraries, too. :-)


The blog "A Librarian's Guide to Etiqutte" offers an interesting suggestion for celebrating NLW:


Unfortunately, at MPOW, they do random drug screening...

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