Friday, June 7, 2013

Friday fun

It's a dreary, rainy Friday and the end to a very busy week.  Some quick Friday highlights before I leave for work ...

  • It's week two of SYNC's summer-long free audio book campaign.  Although it's meant for a Young Adult audience, this week's two free audiobook downloads are perfectly suited for kids and adults. I reviewed The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: The Mysterious Howling back in 2010.  It was a great book then.  It's a free audiobook now.  You can't beat that!  The other free offering this week is Jane Eyre.  Hop on over to SYNC and pick them both up for free!

  • Today, and every Friday, is STEM Friday.  Each week features a science, technology, engineering or mathematics-themed book. If you're a teacher, you'll want to bookmark it or grab the RSS feed. The STEM Friday site does not blog hop and can always be found at .
  • Today, and every Friday, is also Poetry Friday. Today's roundup of poetry-related posts may be found at Tabatha Yeatts: The Opposite of Indifference.  Occasionally, I'll chime in there, but not today.  (Monday you may find me waxing poetic on the ALSC blog, with "A Public Librarian's Summer."
Enjoy your weekend!

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