Boy Reading (The Artist's Son), Samuel Peploe, 1903
Daily Thoughts 11/24/2017
I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
I read some more of Opening Up By Writing It Down. The book comes from a number of studies which show that writing down traumas helps reduce the feelings associated with the trauma as well as the health effects which occur.
I checked the displays and the gift books.
I spent some time checking the 800s. Also, we finished checking the 900s today. I also checked some books that were listed as not being in the catalog.
I read the New York Times bestseller list and the Publishers Weekly Bestseller list.
There is a new program that is part of Humanities New York called Your Silence will Not Protect You-- The Writings of Audre Lorde. I think this would be an opportunity to do something interesting. Audre Lorde once worked at the Mount Vernon Public Library.
I checked out the book, Drawing Physics 2,600 Years of Discovery From Thales to Higgs by Don S. Lemons.
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