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ROAR FOR RED READING CHAIR

Welcome to Library Lions interviews Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Please Roar today’s guest Amianne Bailey! I met Amianne through her wonderful blog Red Reading Chair and invited her to share about her experiences as a school librarian at Ruby Shaw… Read more

ROAR FOR EPL’s LIBRARY PROGRAMS!

Welcome to Library Lions interviews Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Please Roar today’s guest, Emily Dagg!   Emily Dagg in the Teen Zone the night of the donor thank-you reception, for supporters of the project.   I have been working at… Read more

ZOOM! Library2Go Bookmobile

Welcome to Library Lions interviews Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Today we’re on the road. Can you feel the zoom? Librarian John Tun is stopping off to tell us about his travels with the Library2Go Bookmobile here in King County.  … Read more

ROAR IN THE NEW YEAR

Happy New Year from Library Lions. Today we’re celebrating the New Year with a terrific guest post by Karen Jensen    (This is me with my “I mustache you to read” mustache) Karen is the Young Adult/Teen Services Librarian at the Betty Warmack Branch Library in Grand Prairie, Texas.   I located the article below by Karen at one… Read more

SUZANNE SELFORS ROARS

Welcome to Library Lions interviews Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Please Roar today’s guest author Suzanne Selfors who’s stopping by today to share her Library Love with us. I’ve been writing full-time since 2002 when my daughter started 1st grade. I… Read more

TEXAS SCHOOL LIBRARIANS ROAR!

Welcome to Library Lions interviews Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Please Roar today’s guest, Cynthia Bartek!   Seen here with the amazing author Libba Bray. (Okay I’m a little jealous of this photo, Cynthia).   The SkinnyI’m one of the Librarians… Read more

KAY WINTERS ROARS FOR LIBRARIES

I’ve known Kay Winters online for years, but we didn’t get a chance to meet until ALA this summer. When I asked if she’d like to stop by this blog to share her Library Love, I got an enthusiastic YES!    Please start by telling us a little about yourself. Take it away, Kay! I am… Read more

ROAR FOR BANNED BOOKS WEEK

Welcome to Library Lions Special Edition Spotlight. Teen Services Librarian, Hayden Bass, is here to Roar for  Banned Books Week. Welcome Hayden!   What’s your deal? I am a Teen Services Librarian Seattle Public Library, Central–also known as “that big glass thing downtown.” It’s a fun place to work because the interesting architecture gets people… Read more

Author Christina Wilsdon

Welcome to Library Lions interviews; Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Please Roar today’s guest author, Christina Wilsdon, who’s stopping by to share her Library Love with us.   Welcome, Christina. Before we get started, tell us a little about yourself. I… Read more

AUTHOR MAUREEN MCQUERRY’S LIBRARY LOVE

Welcome to Library Lions interviews Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Please Roar today’s guest author Maureen McQuerry. Maureen has stopped by to share her Library Love with us.   Welcome Maureen. Tell us a bit about yourself. I write novels for… Read more