All Things Library

Apr 03

Working hard at building Lego cars. #librarians have the best jobs.

Working hard at building Lego cars. #librarians have the best jobs.

Apr 02

longshankstumblarian:

Yep.

longshankstumblarian:

Yep.

Apr 01

NYTimes: The Things She Carried -

Indeed why is the story of the woman soldier missing from the American narrative?

Mar 20

Woman Authors You Need To Read From Every Genre -

Love the suggestions on this list and Alexandra Sokoloff  

Mar 19

It’s temporary tattoo time at the #library. #princesslabelmaker #librarians

It’s temporary tattoo time at the #library. #princesslabelmaker #librarians

(Source: ebookfriendly, via mercyhurstuniversitylibraries)

Mar 18

Where Are the People of Color in Children’s Books? - NYTimes.com

Mar 13

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Mar 12

Medieval Cats Behaving Badly: Kitties That Left Paw Prints … and Peed … on 15th Century Manuscripts

Medieval Cats Behaving Badly: Kitties That Left Paw Prints … and Peed … on 15th Century Manuscripts

Mar 11

pbsthisdayinhistory:

March 11, 1302: Romeo and Juliet Are Married
On this day in 1302, Romeo and Juliet were married, according to Shakespeare. A real couple named Romeo Montocchio and Juliet Capelletto were married in the walled city of Cittadella in Italy.
Take Shakespeare Uncovered's “Which Shakespeare Character Are You?” quiz to find out who you most closely resemble. 
Image: Detail of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ 1884 painting by Frank Dicksee.

pbsthisdayinhistory:

March 11, 1302: Romeo and Juliet Are Married

On this day in 1302, Romeo and Juliet were married, according to Shakespeare. A real couple named Romeo Montocchio and Juliet Capelletto were married in the walled city of Cittadella in Italy.

Take Shakespeare Uncovered's “Which Shakespeare Character Are You?” quiz to find out who you most closely resemble.

Image: Detail of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ 1884 painting by Frank Dicksee.

(Source: commons.wikimedia.org, via conantlibrary)