Celebrating Readers! Section
This week we are celebrating Lori! Lori is a faithful library patron who loves to read biographies. If you are ever on the ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’ game show and are given a question on the royal family, Lori would be an excellent choice for ’phone-a-friend’! Lori is the
We’ve changed the name from True Confessions of a Bibliophile to Celebrating Our Readers. Same thing, different name. We are going to celebrate someone who left the area but was a big helper at our Friend’s Bookstore last year. He came in the library almost every Tuesday and lots of other times, too.
The bibliophile-of-the-week is LaJean. LaJean has a favorite type of book that she checks out quite regularly. She is also very organized and keeps a list of books that she wants to read in the future. She and her husband also use the computers in the library quite often. Thank you for your patronage, LaJean!
This week’s bibliophile is Rachel. Rachel has been a member of the Friends of the Library group since she moved to town several years ago. She has served in leadership positions in past years and she was instrumental in setting up and running the Friends’ Bookstore that was in operation last year. She has also
Our bibliophile this week is Robin. Robin likes to write, as you can see. Do you remember when you developed an interest in reading? I remember my mother reading to me as a little child. She liked to read me poems and fairy tales. My mother, Shirley, read every single night of her life
This week’s bibliophiles are Lauren, Tess, and Steven! They filled out an interview page last year sometime. They were regular volunteers at the library. Lauren and Tess came every week and helped after school. Steven came quite often also. Thanks to them for all the volunteering they have done for us!
The Mystery is solved! The bibliophile-of-the-week was Neva! The question that led the investigation to Neva was the number of books she had read. There are two regular patrons of the library who are also sisters that keep record all the books they have read. One is Doris and she was ruled out because
Our very first bibliophile-of-the-week is Carla, a very special person to this site because she is the director of the El Paso Public Library! 1. Do you remember when you developed an interest in reading? I always liked to read, but I started reading a lot when I was in high school. 2. How many
We are beginning a new series here on our site. Keep watching here (Ture Confessions of a Bibliophile) for interviews with pokies online free some of our regular patrons. See what they are reading, what theylike about books, books they enjoyed in the past, and more!
The bibliophile-of-the-week is Renee! Renee is the children’s librarian. She plans, organizes, and handles all the events and activities related to children’s reading, mostly by herself! This includes preschool reading programs during the school year, programs for the wee ones to read with their mothers (lapsitters), reading activities for grade school classes, and all