A blog highlighting activism around (and general advocacy for) libraries, library workers, and library/information science education in New York City and beyond. Libraries exist to help people find information that solve problems, answer questions, or otherwise address important individual and community interests and needs. This blog was created to highlight some of the issues and work, pertaining to and carried out by, librarians, library science students, library patrons and general supporters in order to inspire further support of, and investment in libraries.
“Would you, could you, in a box? Would you, could you, with a fox?”
Ode to Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham (and other books about playing with your food) with foam dough at BPL’s Weekend Stories Program! Come visit me at Brooklyn’s Bedford Branch. I’ll be there Saturdays thru April 21st.