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The Legacy Format of Board Games – Teen Services Underground

  Leave it to Teen Services Underground to come up with stimulating ideas to be used in libraries catering to teens. For those of you with a love of board games and a hankering for something other than same old, same old, this proposition will certainly put some pep in [...]

By | January 27th, 2017|Categories: Blog Posts, teens|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Holy atomic pile, Batman! Here’s a great way to start 2016-2017 in high school libraries!

If you are looking for a way to blast into the new school year, do I have a suggestion for you, … The third edition of BATMAN DAY returns on September 17, 2016. A little fun and silliness will be certain to brighten up the students’ return. DC Comics has [...]

Board Games in the Library – Teen Services Underground

One of our high school librarians recently told me that she loved offering game boards to the teens in her library because they created an opportunity for one-to-one interaction, thanks to the technological disconnect. So, as we look at varying the services and activities offered in high school libraries, there [...]

A Free Digital Edition of Booklist’s Spotlight on the Arts

Everybody enjoys a freebie: The November edition of Booklist is free to download for the next 2 weeks. There are great suggestions and reviews of art-related titles whether print or audio. There are 2 particularly interesting articles, one on board games and one on coding. As always, there are the [...]

By | November 4th, 2015|Categories: Blog Posts, Books|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments