Wednesday, October 26, 2011

"Gloves: History and Present:" Book Review

We are glad to announce that a new book entitled "Gloves: History and Present" by Ida Tomshinsky is in production status. Ida Tomshinsky is fascinated by gloves. She offers a new look on great antiquity of hand wear. This book will take you on a journey to learn through information and visual literacy about gloves and mittens, and their history and present.

If you are also interested in history of foot wear, check out the book entitled "Socks: History and Present" written by a talented author and a long-time librarian, Ida Tomshinsky.

Just visit the, or online bookstores!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Whirlwind of Information

Amid the whirlwind of information, economic shocks, and the constant pressures on our time and our minds, it's easy to ignore the call of our inner calls. Readership of literature of any kind is skyrocketing in numbers. Reading and learning both are the antidote to all distraction and busyness.

"To Converse with the Greats" by Vera Pavlova

To converse with the greats
by trying their blindfolds on;
to correspond with books
by rewriting them;
to edit holy edicts,
and at the midnight hour
to talk with the clock by tapping a wall
in the solitary confinement of the universe.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Trick -and-Treats!

When you need help to find something at the Virtual Library among the digital databases and variety of electronic resources and services, simply ask the closest library staff. He or she will gladly walk you right to the digital item, the resource you looking for. No guessing; no trouble. Just friendly helpful service you've come to expect.
Satisfy your monster sweet tooth for sweet service of excellence!
The trick is to get enough treats!
Halloween expressions, but real information literacy with a hunch of visual observation without any horror will help to kick off the Fall season!