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Extend love and grace to your customers while also building your bottom line. Setting Your Church Bookstore Apart
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I just supported World Polio Week 2016 on Thunderclap
What is “Supporting”? Supporting a Thunderclap campaign is like signing a petition but with the added power of simultaneously sharing a message. You and every other supporter are standing up for an idea with the power of your voice. How to support? How do I support? Choose between your Twitter, ...
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Polio paralyzed 350,000 children in 1988. Today, that number is fewer than 30. Now let’s make it zero #WorldPolioDay
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Books for Kids about POLITICS!
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[VIDEO] Umm, I Had a Work Done on My Face | Artisan Plastic Surgery Review - via BernettaStyle
This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency; however all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. Have you honestly ever thought of having plastic surgery? If money was no object and you could nip or tuck what you wanted, would you still do it? I’ve had three children and although, I’ve worked hard to get my body where it is today, I would still nip, tuck & lift if I had the opportunity. Recently, the opportunity presented itself. I was give...
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I recently re-discovered this gem and can see why it is so beloved.
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My Books via Pam Margolis
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Be Excellent: Setting Your Church Bookstore Apart: Customer Service as Stewar... via Amazon
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IF you're local and looking for something fun this weekend:
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It. Is. TIME:
KidLitCon is coming! The Kidlitosphere conference will be held in Wichita, KS on October 14th and ...
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Interview with a Mompreneur: Strategies for Running a Home-Based Business
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Do you remember these awesome titles from the 2011 Caldecott Awards?
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I  love books; especially children and YA books.  I have a BS in English Writing, a post baccalaureate certificate in Elementary Education, and a Master's degree in Library and Information Science.  I am a certified elementary teacher and a certified library media specialist.

What makes me an unconventional librarian? Well, I look at books from a multicultural perspective. Books need to represent our society: African American, Asian American,  Hispanic American, etc.  I feel that many popular books still ignore these populations.

An Unconventional Librarian is not only a curator of multicultural resources but I blog, I party, I  write, I model, and do basically anything that your traditional librarian doesn't do; including work at a library.  I currently work in an independent book store! Being a librarian focuses on helping people find information.  We provide a service to our community.  My community happens to be the internet and the world.

Three things you will always find me with are: a cuppa coffee, a book, and my iPhone for using Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.  I love social media and I love to share and stay connected. I am an information specialist, maven, connector. Locally I connect with other smart social media minded women through Philly Social Media Moms and Girls Lunch Out.  

I am building a Harry Potter collection to enter the record books and I  think being a little silly never hurts.

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