A blog for unblocking creative energy

January 7, 2010 at 1:54 pm

Abby (the) Librarian; blogger: Abby, a not-quite-new children’s librarian; http://abbylibrarian.blogspot.com/.

I followed Abby’s blog for Access to Information in the Spring of ’09 and stopped reading because there was a huge gap in her posts. I went back to see if there was anything new and it turns out she has switched jobs and has begun posting again.

I like Abby’s posts because she reviews books and includes stories of the children’s programs she tries. Her post on June 17, 2009, included a “Cats and Dogs” program she tried in which she used her Bark, George! flannel board. Her enthusiasm is apparent in her blog and her programming choices. I would use her blog to get ideas when I’m creatively blocked.


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