June22013 with 37 notes
A friend forwarded this picture to me. Looks like a great idea for books the staff think deserve to have higher circulation.

A friend forwarded this picture to me. Looks like a great idea for books the staff think deserve to have higher circulation.

  1. dead-passions reblogged this from wolfiewooz and added:
    Always reblogging this.Great idea, especially for people like me who get stuck in ruts!
  2. wolfiewooz reblogged this from an-innerverse
  3. an-innerverse reblogged this from mage-cat
  4. suzifgarcia reblogged this from canterburylibrary
  5. collectedlibraries reblogged this from pristinely-ungifted
  6. canterburylibrary reblogged this from laura-in-libraryland and added:
    Ditto, though we did it so that each staff member (there are only six of us) went through the stacks and found...
  7. scholardemic reblogged this from laura-in-libraryland and added:
    Definitely want to try this!
  8. thelibrarianknits reblogged this from laura-in-libraryland
  9. elvisarondeadly reblogged this from pristinely-ungifted and added:
    something deep deep inside of me tells me that the book on display is a Hitchikers Guide book.
  10. pristinely-ungifted reblogged this from laura-in-libraryland and added:
    I would LOVE to try this out at our library. My only concern is what happens if a patron gets a book at random and...
  11. somethingwithaz reblogged this from laura-in-libraryland
  12. chrisworksinalibrary reblogged this from laura-in-libraryland and added:
    We’re doing this right now and the results are HUGE.
  13. library-rose reblogged this from laura-in-libraryland and added:
    I love this, we will be trying it very soon.
  14. laura-in-libraryland reblogged this from mage-cat and added:
    We had a lot of success with our “blind date with a book” display as well. It is a really fun idea and our student staff...
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