Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Daily Thoughts 05/26/2015

Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, French, 1796-1875, Reading Beneath The Trees, La Lecture Sous Les Arbres , 1874

Daily Thoughts 05/26/2015

I checked the Twitter and Facebook for the library this morning.  I did some preparation work for Book Expo America.  I went to my local library and printed out my exhibitor list.  There is a BEA Show Planner which you can log into to generate a list of booths to visit.

I also bought a new shoulder bag.  A big Manhattan Portage bag.  In addition, I went and got some comfortable shoes.   You do a lot of walking while you are on the exhibitor floor.  Having a big sturdy bag and comfortable shoes is very useful at Book Expo America. 

I stopped by my local library today in Queens.  The plastic bags with the Queens Library logo on them are free.  I also picked up a donation envelope.

I am reading Judge Dredd Year One on Overdrive.  It is a novelization of the comic book which is hard boiled, futuristic, and full of very dark humor.

Web Bits

Book Regrows Into Tree After Being Read

Don't Write Off Paper Just Yet

Libraries Could Outlast the Internet, Head of British Libraries Says

Ride Along on a Four Mile Long Roller Coaster for books

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