Wild About Reading Library Display
It's not anywhere close to unique, but hey, that just makes it classic. This here library display is simple for anyone to do. I'm talking about gettin' wild... What I'm really proud of is the felt animal prints I made. Yep, hand cut from patterns I found online. Can you see the texture? It just adds a bit more glam to it. Safari glam. Just what is needed in the library!
I can't be the only high school where "Bro" is in full force?! True stories - quick, easy showcase that has the kids laughing (and rolling their eyes calling me a dork)!
Best Practices in School Libraries
Best Practices in School Libraries - SlideShare by S.L. Faisal - Mrs. J in the Library's note: This would be SO easy to reuse book order boxes (i.e. those big sturdy Follett boxes) to do this!
Wheelie Good Books
By Bree Forsyth Bree Forsyth, Children’s Library Assistant at Fremantle City Library (Western Australia) has sent this funny and artistic interpretation of the 'wheels' display. I love it! She says: 'The “Wheelie big books” display has been a real hit- the kids love a pun & the simplicity of the display means it’s easy to make - the wheel picture is from clip art'.
I created the following circus display in the children's area of the public library I managed for 9 years. We didn't have a budget for displays, so I used whatever I had on hand at the library or could find at my house, with the exception of the beach balls, which I picked up at the dollar store. I wish I had better picture of the Big Top, but I strung crepe paper from the ceiling at the middle of the children's area to create the illusion of a circus tent. I hung a couple of beach balls…
To all readers, followers and contributors. Have a very Happy Christmas Thank you for being part of the 'Library Displays Blog' Elaine x I'm heading off home for the Christmas / summer holidays in approximately two hours! Yay!