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Holiday Book Talk 2011 Featured in Across the Fence
Robin Sales of the Kellogg-Hubbard Library and Amy Howlett of the Vermont Department of Libraries reviewed books for National Library Week on the UVM Extension Service program "Across the Fence", April 11.
If you act quickly, you can hear an unusual sound on the fourth floor of the Vermont State Library – an echo! The volumes which once lined the shelves (and deadened any noise) have been removed to make room for books being moved up from the first floor of the library. Here is a video of the staff shifting collections and the transformation of the fourth floor. Read the full story in our January 2011 newsletter: http://libraries.vermont.gov/news/janfeb2010
Holiday Booktalk Featured on "Across the Fence"
Margaret Woodruff (Charlotte Public Library) and Amy Howlett (Department of Libraries) review their favorite books for the holidays on Across the Fence.
Booktalks Featured on "Across the Fence"
In celebration of National Library Week 2010 use a lively booktalk to promote your library, your collection, and your services to the community. Lorrie Colburn of the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington and Amy Howlett of the Vermont Department of Libraries talk about a few of their library favorites on the UVM Extension Service program, Across the Fence.Across the Fence is produced by UVM Extension.
Governor Signs Proclamation
Governor Jim Douglas was at the Aldrich Library in Barre on April 12 to sign a proclamation declaring April 11-17, 2010 as "National Library Week" in Vermont.