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In Honor of Father’s Day: God and the Swearing Book

In Honor of Father’s Day: God and the Swearing Book

In honor of Father’s Day, I offer a link to an article about my favorite two reference questions. What good dads these two fathers were! It was originally published in the LAST WORD column of CHILDREN & LIBRARIES magazine, 2009.

 

GOD AND THE SWEARING BOOK

Enjoy!

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My Dad:  Melvin Crum

Shutta

A Fun New Site for Teens & Tweens

A Fun New Site for Teens & Tweens

 

Two friends have started a website for teens and tweens on decorating one’s room. It’s called How To with Lindalu and Cheryl, Too. There are lots of fun ideas there for decorating inexpensively, but with sizzle!

What’s this got to do with books?  Lindalu and Cheryl are compiling a book that will accompany the site, and are currently presenting (with flair and color) to library audiences. (Hey, you program planners who are looking for something unique–this could be it!)

Drop by the site and give them a “like,” if you’re so inclined. Even better, contact them about a program. I can’t wait for the book to come out, too.

 

Enjoy!

Shutta