smartaleckette:

What would you say to people who are disappointed that they have been sorted into Hufflepuff? (x)

this is one of my favorite things EVER.

(via thegirlwhoisthursday)

originpallettown:

So you can’t like Cersei Lannister as a character because she’s an evil bitch, but it’s okay to love Loki and Walter White?

(via thatgothlibrarian)

thelastbookiloved:

freakofliterature:

hauntedfangirl:

owlmylove:

therewerestarsintheireyes:

so this housewife decided to rewrite the harry potter series into christian books so that her kids wont be reading about witchcraft and i just cant eveN BREATHE BC THIS IS SO HYSTERICAL

read it here:

Hogwarts School of Prayer and Miracles

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Omg this is not a thing I am dying

actual blasphemy lol

This is right up there with “my immortal” and that is saying a lot

On a scale of one to even I JUST CAN’T!!!!

(via youngadultread)

My Banned Books Week display!

Board Games for Teen Library Programs

Hey all! We are looking at starting a board game program thing at my library for the teens and I’m interested if you have any ideas of good games we should consider buying?

bookpillows:

My high school librarian’s father as a cop in Baltimore. She once told me that he said that if cops were required to get at least a two-year degree in sociology there wouldn’t be so many instances of police brutality.

georgetakei:

This is so good, it deserves full credit.
Source: http://po.st/JVoenZ

THIS. IS. BRILLIANT. I would give this kid full credit on this answer.

georgetakei:

This is so good, it deserves full credit.

Source: http://po.st/JVoenZ

THIS. IS. BRILLIANT. I would give this kid full credit on this answer.

lauriehalseanderson:

At a cafe in Inverness, Scotland

So, clearly what we’ve learned today is that I need to move to Inverness.

lauriehalseanderson:

At a cafe in Inverness, Scotland

So, clearly what we’ve learned today is that I need to move to Inverness.

americanlibraryassoc:

Banned Books Week is September 21- 27!

The Banned Books Week coalition hosted a Google+ Hangout on Air featuring Cory Doctorow, author of the novel Little Brother, to discuss the importance of fighting censorship and the value of Banned Books Week.

In addition to discussing the current controversy surrounding Doctorow’s novel, the sponsors of Banned Books Week offered tips on how you can celebrate this year’s theme, which focuses on graphic novels.

The live hangout was moderated by Charles Brownstein, Executive Director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and Nanette Perez, Program Officer of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom. Also present will be Dave Gladney, Director of Communications Technology from the Association of American Publishers and Michael O’Neill from the National Coalition Against Censorship, to provide an overview of additional ways in which publishers and literacy non-profits fight book banning.

(via schooledlibrarian)

lauriehalseanderson:

Leaky Bookshop in Inverness, Scotland #heaven #indiebound

lauriehalseanderson:

Leaky Bookshop in Inverness, Scotland #heaven #indiebound