A New Category – library resources

If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need. ~Cicero

I have wonderful memories of my small town library, its many resources and the individuals who have always been quick to assist – the librarians. Have you ever noticed that librarians rarely judge what you are reading, but are always ready to help you find just the right book or resource you are looking for? I have added a new category to this blog- library resources in honor of all those helpful librarians and their libraries.

The first resource I’d like to share with you is the Homeschool-Library List (formerly AHA-Homeschool Library List). It is a networking list for homeschoolers, librarians, and anyone interested in libraries and homeschooling. There has been little action there recently, but if anyone is interested in resusicating the list, visit here to share your thoughts.

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One Response to A New Category – library resources

  1. Steven Machado on August 8, 2012 at 8:23 pm

    I would like to start an AHA Homeschooling group in my library. Our local public libraries don’t subscribe to the magazine yet. I want to change that. Tell me how?

    I also ‘m working through Barb to advertize my new learning puzzle. You can get a sense of that it is from my website.

    Steven

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