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A Field Trip Life — Books, places, and books that take you places Skip links Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar A Field Trip Life Books, places, and books that take you places Home About Books Places Food Celebrate Contact Me J is for Juvenile #atozchallenge April 12, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 1 Comment J is for Juvenile Juvenile seems like an outdated term but libraries still catalog books for children as Juvenile fiction or Juvenile nonfiction. Did you know that children were not always welcomed in libraries? Early libraries were not free and open to the public. Usually they consisted of books collected by wealthy individuals who […] Filed Under: Biographies, Blogging A to Z, Books, Library Love Tagged With: a to z blog challenge, Anne Carroll Moore, Children's Librarians history, Juvenile books, Miss Moore Thought Otherwise I is for Iraq #atozchallenge April 11, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 2 Comments I is for Iraq One of the saddest things imaginable to bibliophiles, is the destruction of a library. Librarians fearlessly defend the right of their patrons to have access to information and they care for the collections entrusted to them so that they will be available for future generations. Alia Muhammad Baker was the chief […] Filed Under: Biographies, Blogging A to Z, Books, Diverse Kid Lit, Graphic Novels, Library Love, Multicultural Children's Books, Places Tagged With: #atoz, Alia Muhammad Baker, Alia's Mission: Saving the Books of Iraq by Marks Alan Stamaty, I is for Iraq, The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq by Jeanette Winter H is for the Huntington Library and the Hearst Castle Library April 10, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 6 Comments It seems that a number of libraries were built by wealthy men. I grew up near the Huntington Library and went there often. My mother took me to look through windows as scholars in white gloves turned the pages of old manuscripts. She was in awe and so was I even though, at the time, […] Filed Under: Blogging A to Z, Books, Library Love, Places Tagged With: Blogging a to z, Chronicles From Chateau Moines, Evelyne Holingue, Hearst Castle Library, Huntington Library G is for Ghosts in the Library #AtoZchallenge April 8, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 4 Comments There are many folks who believe they’ve encountered a ghost in a library. And why not? A library seems like a perfect place for a ghost to live. Here are a few libraries known for their ghosts: The Willard Library in Evansville, Indiana, is located in a Gothic Victorian building where a veiled lady in grey […] Filed Under: Blogging A to Z, Library Love Tagged With: Bernardsville Library ghost, Parmly Billings Library ghosts, Ramona Convent High School ghost, The Haunted Library series by Dori Hillestad Butler, Willard Library ghost sightings F is for Found (and Friends) #AtoZchallenge April 7, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 7 Comments F is for Found (and Friends) #AtoZchallenge Odd things are often used for bookmarks and librarians often document their discoveries. I have found recipes, pressed flowers, photos, and shopping lists. My author friend, Angelica Carpenter (librarian emeritus Arne Nixon Library) told me the two oddest things she found was a piece of bacon and a […] Filed Under: Blogging A to Z, Library Love Tagged With: a to z blog challenge, Found in a library book E is for Egypt #atozchallenge April 6, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 11 Comments Welcome to Day 5 of the #AtoZchallenge where I am exploring the library world in alphabetical order. E is for Egypt One of the mysteries of the ancient world centers around the Royal Library in the port city of Alexandria, Egypt. It is believed that scholar Demetrious of Phalerum, convinced Ptolemy I Soter (a […] Filed Under: Blogging A to Z, Field Trips, Library Love, Places, Uncategorized Tagged With: Bibliotheca Alexandrina, E is for Egypt, Guardians of the Lost Library, Library of Alexandria Dis for Dewey #atozchallenge April 5, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 4 Comments D is For Dewey Welcome to Day 4 of the A to Z Blog Challenge! It can seem overwhelming at times to find a book in the library. Thankfully, there’s a system used in public libraries – the Dewey decimal System developed by (drumroll please) Melvin Dewey! Melville Louis Kossuth Dewey was born in 1851 […] Filed Under: Librarians, Library Love Tagged With: D is for Dewey, Dewey Decimal Chart, Melvil Dewey, The Library by Grant Snider C is for Carnegie #atozchallenge April 4, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland Leave a Comment C is for Carnegie Most people know of Andrew Carnegie as a steel magnate who immigrated from Scotland in poverty and became one of the wealthiest men in the world. He should be known more for his philanthropy. He gave most of his fortune away to fund a system of public libraries. Between 1886 and […] Filed Under: Blogging A to Z, Books, Library Love Tagged With: AtoZ BlogChallenge 2017, Carnegie Libraries, Hanford Carnegie Library, Orosi Carnegie Library B is for Bookmobile #atozblogchallenge April 3, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 11 Comments Welcome to Day 2 of the A to Z Blog Challenge where I will join other bloggers in writing thematic posts in alphabetical order. I am spending the month celebrating Library Love. B is for Bookmobile When I worked as a children’s librarian, I was always a bit jealous of the bookmobile librarian. I […] Filed Under: Blogging A to Z, Books Tagged With: Biblioburro by Jeanette Winter, Blogging A - Z, Bookmobiles, Here Comes the Bookmobile, Library Love, Miss Dorothy and Her Bookmobile, My Librarian is a Camel A to Z Library Love April 1, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 6 Comments Welcome to the 2017 edition of the A to Z Blog Challenge where you’ll find posts on just about every subject in A to Z order. I originally intended to write about holidays and celebrations but I kept finding myself reading about libraries so that’s what I’m celebrating this month. Join me as I travel […] Filed Under: Biographies, Blogging A to Z Tagged With: Blogging from A to Z, Libraries, Library of Congress If You’re Happy and You Know It… March 20, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 8 Comments Today happens to be International Happiness Day as well as the First Day of Spring which means there’s two reasons to celebrate! What makes you happy? Time with Thomas makes me happy (I love his spaghetti face): Spring make me happy – I love long days when I can take long […] Filed Under: Blogging A to Z, Books, Celebrate, Holidays Tagged With: Blogging A to Z Challenge 2017, Happy by Mies Van Hout, Happy in Our Skin by Fran Manushkin and Lauren Tobia, If You're Happy and You Know It by Annie Kubler, International Day Of Happiness Writing Challenge 50 Precious Words March 6, 2017 By Claire Annette Noland 6 Comments I’m always up for a challenge and this one looked especially fun: Write a story for children using only 50 words. This challenge was organized by writer Vivian Kirkfield who based it on a challenge that Bennet Cerf m... Whois

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