By Kristin Charles Libraries all over the nation conduct summer reading programs, so why shouldn’t we? There is a plethora of quality literature out there and children looking for something to do. All they need is a little encouragement! Goals Summer reading allows children to maintain skills and develop a lifelong love for books. Reading
This article originally appeared in the August 2007 issue. By Lauren Hunter Lauren Hunter is a freelance writer and public relations consultant dedicated to the faith-based technology market. For more details on Bookstore Manager, visit www.BookstoreManager.com. If your church is anything like mine, automating your church bookstore, or book table, might not be top
This article originally appeared in the August 2008 issue. By Sandra Burrowes Sandra Burrowes is a consultant with the National Church Library Association, www.churchlibraries.org. Before you plan the next promotional activity for your church library, consider these helpful suggestions and guidelines. Welcome all to an open house. Plan an open house once a year.
This article originally appeared in the December 2006 issue. By Vernita Kennen This article is courtesy of the National Church Library Association, www.churchlibraries.org. Vernita Kennen has been a chapter president in California and has served on the National Board of Directors of the association. She is a retired school librarian and has served several