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Author Archives: gladwind
So, the term ‘fake news’ has been around a lot lately, but what does it actually mean? According to some people, anything that runs counter to their own views is fake news. For others, it’s propaganda or advertising … Continue reading
What do Harry Potter, Captain Underpants, and the dictionary all have in common? They’ve all been banned in various libraries and schools. This week is national Freedom to Read Week, which focuses on intellectual freedom, guaranteed under the Canadian Charter … Continue reading
IT’S THE VIKINGS READ 2017 BOOK LIST! Take a look at the books; choose some to read. Find a favourite? You can vote for it in May to help determine this year’s winner. You could possibly win a fabulous-ish prize … Continue reading
Thank you to all who came to Speed Book Dating last week. I hope you all enjoyed it, and I know that I found a few new books that I want to read and am ordering for the library. Below … Continue reading
Join us on Friday, February 10th for this year’s edition of Speed Book Dating. No, you’re not finding a person to date, you’re sharing your love for your favourite book, and maybe finding a new book to fall in love … Continue reading
Do you like to sort things? Do you find seeing things tidy to be very satisfying? Do you like math and algorithms? Then watch this TEDEd video on efficient sorting algorithms for alpabetsing books.
Thank you to all the library club members for their help with their various jobs in the library. Our Christmas party this year was well attended. Thanks for coming!