bib·lio·phile : (noun) a lover of books, especially for qualities of format
People might tell you that reading is a way to hide from the world, and sometimes it can be, but in my experience, people who love books are also interested in myriad other things. They love music and movies and travel food and (gasp!) even television. As a friend of mine says, books make you a glutton for life. They show you how much there is to be experienced in the world. So let them do that. Let them make you curious. Let them make you hungry. Let them give you more questions than answers.
Step 1: Decide your library display should be updated.
- “I put up this Valentine’s Day display on February 12. It is now March 5.”
Step 2: Brainstorm a new, fancy library display on something topically / socially relevant!
- “What holidays are in March? St. Patrick’s Day is in the middle..Let’s just do National Nutrition Month. More time to update.”
Step 3: Create a beautiful display.
- “Where are the band-aids because I hurt myself cutting little kiwis and snap peas out of green construction paper.”
Step 4: Admire your work. You’re representing this now!
- “I need Cheetos. This display does not apply to me.”