Celebrating National Book Month starts at home. Curl up with a good book, and commemorate America’s annual celebration of writers and readers.
Want to get the family involved? We’ve got so ideas for that as well. You could…
- Introduce literature into family game night.
- Family trips to the local library. This one is our favorite!
- Family Reading Night
- Recreate scenes from your favorite books.
- Read to your children.
No matter what you do, there is no time like the present to take time to read!
Really, once your ring in the New Year it’s kind of all down hill from there. Winter really gets rolling, the temperature continues to fall, snow, ice – it’s a frigid, brittle, monochromatic world out there. Bleak is the word. Bleak.
But we can’t just leave it at that. We’ve got to come up with something… Preferably something library related… Oh yeah!
January is NATIONAL BOOK MONTH!
There. We’ve fixed January.
Oh man. This is tailor-made for libraries. Well… it’s tailor-made for books anyway, which we are all about. And all we have to do to show our support is exactly what we always do!
Which is to say, provide people with access to tens of thousands of books and encourage and enable those same people to read those same books. It’s perfect!
What can you do to show your appreciation for the dominant means of storing, transporting and spreading knowledge and understanding on Earth for the last 1,700 years or so (before books it was all scrolls and wax and rocks)?
Take time out from planning your costume parties and hanging fake cobwebs and stop by the library. Check out that old favorite, or that new book you’ve been meaning to read, or, if all else fails, ask a librarian to suggest something for you (if you plan it ahead of time you can fill out a Library Concierge form and have a list of five personally tailored recommendations waiting for you). Welcome to October and happy reading.