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E is for Everybody Wins!

This post almost became “Eek! I hit an itty bitty baby boar!” At first I thought it was a small dog or cat running across the street. It was very cute and very young which makes me think Mama Boar isn’t too far behind.

But I digress…

Soooo…ten kudos points to anyone who can tell me what sport the title refers to!

*pause for speculation*

That’s right! It is baseball month. My son plays t-ball and is very excited, well sometimes. I mean he is only 5 and so is his attention span. Right now if you head over to AtYourLibrary.org you can play Step up to the Plate @your library and be entered for a chance to win tickets to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. All ages can play and if your library doesn’t participate, just send me a note and I will let you know of one that does. 😉

April is also full of other great events that can be used to promote libraries. For example:

  • Hop to Your Library- story time about bunnies.
  • Earth Day Birthday- throw a birthday party for the earth with recycled crafts and earth friendly tales
  • El Dia de los Ninos/El Dia de los Libros (Children’s Book Day!) April 30th
  • National Library Week April 10th-16th

With libraries everybody wins! Great books, friendly people, community, fun, and yes, sometimes even cookies!

What are some of your favorite library events?

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4 Replies to “E is for Everybody Wins!”

  1. Kris Yankee says:

    Fellow A to Z'er stopping by. Great post – LOVE, LOVE, LOVE libraries. That's one of the reasons I want to be a writer – so my books can be found in libraries.

  2. Kristin says:

    Found you through A to Z Challenge and am now following

    Kristin
    Zoeyandfamily.blogspot.com
    Razzycorner.blogspot.com

  3. baygirl32 says:

    as a child, I loved reading hour (when the librarian would read to the children) it was like social hour for preschooler, and a shoe to boot!

    stopping in from the A to Z to say hello
    http://baygirl32.blogspot.com

  4. Just stopped by from the A-Z Challenge!
    gigglelaughcry.blogspot.com

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