Voices for the Library

Jun 21

Libraries - the learning engines of our society.

Libraries - the learning engines of our society.

(Source: voicesforthelibrary.org.uk)

laura-in-libraryland:

nypl:

mkupperman:

The librarian in the tuna casserole.

Michael Kupperman gave us a particular thrizzle today with this delicious tale. Could there be more librarians hiding here?

Nice.

laura-in-libraryland:

nypl:

mkupperman:

The librarian in the tuna casserole.

Michael Kupperman gave us a particular thrizzle today with this delicious tale. Could there be more librarians hiding here?

Nice.

(via ala-con)

silencewhippersnapper:

bibliophilefiles:

Underneath all that “shush”-ing? Pure gold.

And don’t you forget it!

silencewhippersnapper:

bibliophilefiles:

Underneath all that “shush”-ing? Pure gold.

And don’t you forget it!

(via ala-con)

willywaldo:

screwydecimal:

I don’t know who made this “Batman Returns His Library Books” poster, but my hat is off to you. 

Brilliant and funny!

willywaldo:

screwydecimal:

I don’t know who made this “Batman Returns His Library Books” poster, but my hat is off to you. 

Brilliant and funny!

(via poplibrary)

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fish-songs:

Now for the return of Thursday Tidbits. Check out these amazing book sculptures by Guy Laramee here and here.

fish-songs:

Now for the return of Thursday Tidbits. Check out these amazing book sculptures by Guy Laramee here and here.

schoollibraryjournal:

“Edinburgh’s Phantom Book Artist Strikes Again” An anonymous artist has been leaving book art around Edinburgh. This latest piece has a quotation from Winnie-the-Pooh:

“It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn’t use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like ‘What about lunch?’”

Check out earlier works at Book Patrol.

schoollibraryjournal:

Edinburgh’s Phantom Book Artist Strikes Again

An anonymous artist has been leaving book art around Edinburgh. This latest piece has a quotation from Winnie-the-Pooh:

“It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn’t use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like ‘What about lunch?’”

Check out earlier works at Book Patrol.

Fantastic book design on the outside of the public Library in Kansas City.

Fantastic book design on the outside of the public Library in Kansas City.

(Source: flickr.com)

The golden doors of Central Brooklyn Public Library…

The golden doors of Central Brooklyn Public Library…

(Source: Flickr / wallyg)