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  • All I want is more

    Remember when "binge" was a word we didn't take lightly? Formerly, it applied to individuals straying into saloons or meeting with bad company and succumbing to more beverages than originally intended. Despite advice from embroidered samplers or wise elders, Moderation In All Things proved...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 07-03-2014
  • Just wait 'til you hear

    We understand why library customers ask us The Question (how we feel about “libraries going away now that we have ebooks and the internet”). Earlier this week, one such inquirer stacked her pile of library books on the Reference desk while she entered the drawing for this week’s Reader’s Bonanza tote...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 06-20-2014
  • Triple-digit scores for trio

    Oh, good. The annual Triple Digit Temperature Anticipation is over. We can proceed to more vital topics, say, air conditioning and novels. On weekends when I interrupt yard work at intervals to duck inside for a hat or water, to check on the dogs or whatever (because overtly preventing heat exhaustion...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 06-28-2013
  • Solid proof that readers are winners

    Guess what we figured out? People of all ages appreciate free stuff (interesting, high-quality free stuff). Who knew? The library's youth summer reading programs have long been identified with favorite performers, activities, story times. Oh, and prizes, prizes, prizes. Adults, we reasoned, didn't...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 06-21-2013
  • At least pastrami will never go out of style

    Just my luck. According to Weather Underground 's Manhattan forecast, all the days I'll be vacationing in New York City next week indicate a chance of showers. Of course, the lowest probabilities coincide with the days I'd be indoors anyway at the Book Expo . Rainy weather icons for the 10...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 05-31-2012
  • Cloudy with a chance of spaceships

    Another chilly, rainy day--in New York City, at least. This evening, the 51 st floor view reveals Manhattan towers disappearing into lowering clouds. Three neighboring skyscrapers equipped with illuminated spikes glow eerily in the mist. I'm fascinated, and not just because the precipitation is more...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 05-23-2011
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