You have NO idea how powerful even the smallest action is. Therein lies the crux of this post.Thanks for reminding me. As for role playing picking up reading, I wouldn't worry about that too much. You might have some fun with it and role play having a hard time reading for the few sessions after spending the points. Why do we constantly put things in little compartments?!?! Volunteers and staff are offering craft programs for children and parents. Why do we constantly put things in little compartments?!?! And it will not be quantifiable or add to your statistics that is a whole other blog post!
Because these libraries are in poorer areas of Missouri they already partner with the local food program to provide lunches for those who qualified for free and reduced price lunches.
I refused to go to the library. You have NO idea how powerful even the smallest action is. Posts: Member Details Bah!
The schools are closed and, even though the summer activities offered by the libraries were over, many saw a need and worked to continue them.
When I started my first professional library job in I heard from some patrons that they were coming back in to the library because I was there. They are aware, awake, and in tune with the role of the library as organization can play in their community, beyond books, beyond programs.
Play your barbarian how he was meant to be played! There is plenty of fun to be had with that.
Volunteers and staff are offering craft programs for children and parents. As a young child in the early 70s I was terrified of the librarian in our library. Reading is for women and priests! Radical is NOT pink hair, crazy clothes, over the top programming.