1. dia-fabulousness:

Bookin’ it Bookin’ it Bookin’ it Bookin’ it, Bookin’ it to the library. @mshe11 by jmgibala http://instagram.com/p/uTew7YiTP6/

    dia-fabulousness:

    Bookin’ it Bookin’ it Bookin’ it Bookin’ it, Bookin’ it to the library. @mshe11 by jmgibala http://instagram.com/p/uTew7YiTP6/

  2. Hope, Help and

    iworkatapubliclibrary:

    A man approached me at the desk with a comment.

    Man: “I wanted you to know that I just mailed a donation to the main library because of your staff. They were so nice to me when I came in every day after I got hurt on the job. Now I’m back at work and feeling great. I thought you’d like to know that your staff gave me help and hope.”

  3. malakhgabriel:

Found outside the library after work on Friday.

    malakhgabriel:

    Found outside the library after work on Friday.

  4. uispeccoll:

The binding started to peel off of this 1853 book, revealing some hidden secrets - old newsprint was used in the binding! [Stein PR4809 H3 S7 1853]

Saturday discovery!

    uispeccoll:

    The binding started to peel off of this 1853 book, revealing some hidden secrets - old newsprint was used in the binding! [Stein PR4809 H3 S7 1853]

    Saturday discovery!

  5. Your Friday Funny! Have a great weekend!

    Your Friday Funny! Have a great weekend!

    (Source: ebookfriendly)

  6. 29 Moments Any Librarian Knows Too Well →

    Just another day at the office

  7. Love, Love, Love

    cloudunbound:

  8. Christmas Literary Escapes: Head Home for the Holidays with These 21 Festive Titles →

    cloudunbound:

    I am a big believer in marketing ebooks that people actually want to read, and people want to read holiday-themed fiction, especially romance.

    In CAT, you can feast your eyes on our Holiday Romance Fiction Showcase 2014, featuring most of these titles. Pass the cookies.

    Time to start thinking about your holiday fiction lineup.

  9. Lynda.com to Offer At-Home Access for Library Users →

  10. Popular on Amazon: Wildly misleading self-published books about Ebola, by random people without medical degrees →

    Welcome to the unscrupulous, conspiracy-filled Wild West of Ebola self-publishing, where an epidemic is less a grave social problem — and more an opportunity to cash in on people’s fears.

    Tumblarians, be very wary of these titles, and warn your patrons too.

  11. Oscar Wilde Trending on Twitter

  12. What are the citizens of Gotham City reading?

    What are the citizens of Gotham City reading?

    (Source: io9.com)

  13. 2014 NATIONAL FICTION BOOK AWARD FINAL NOMINEES

    mgpl:

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    How well are these titles circulating in your library?

  14. rhlibrary:

Congratulations to the 2014 Man Booker Prize winner, The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan!
August, 1943. In the despair of a Japanese POW camp on the Thai-Burma Death Railway, Australian surgeon Dorrigo Evans is haunted by his affair with his uncle’s young wife two years earlier. His life is a daily struggle to save the men under his command from starvation, cholera, and pitiless beatings. Until he receives a letter that will change him forever.
Moving deftly from the POW camp to contemporary Australia, from the experiences of Dorrigo and his comrades to those of the Japanese guards, this savagely beautiful novel exploresthe many forms of good and evil, war and truth, guilt and transcendence, as one man comes of age, prospers, only to discover all that he has lost.

    rhlibrary:

    Congratulations to the 2014 Man Booker Prize winner, The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan!

    August, 1943. In the despair of a Japanese POW camp on the Thai-Burma Death Railway, Australian surgeon Dorrigo Evans is haunted by his affair with his uncle’s young wife two years earlier. His life is a daily struggle to save the men under his command from starvation, cholera, and pitiless beatings. Until he receives a letter that will change him forever.

    Moving deftly from the POW camp to contemporary Australia, from the experiences of Dorrigo and his comrades to those of the Japanese guards, this savagely beautiful novel exploresthe many forms of good and evil, war and truth, guilt and transcendence, as one man comes of age, prospers, only to discover all that he has lost.

  15. thepenguinpress:

These titles were recently nominated for outstanding science writing, but they also make for a spooky read! 

    thepenguinpress:

    These titles were recently nominated for outstanding science writing, but they also make for a spooky read!