National Library Week PSAs
National Library Week Public Service Announcements
National Library Week (April 13 - 19, 2014) is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support. From free access to books and online resources for families to library business centers that help support entrepreneurship and retraining, libraries offer opportunity to all.
This year's theme is “Lives change @ your library," reminding all Americans that the library can help you and your family discover a new and exciting world through collections, digital resources and more.
Best-selling author and intellectual freedom advocate Judy Blume will serve as Honorary Chair, National Library Week, 2014
National Library Week events
:15 second Audio PSA (MP3 file)- Check out free resources
:30 second Audio PSA (MP3 file)- New opportunities await
Lives change @ your library during National Library Week April 13 - 19. Visit ALA Dot Org Slash At Your Library for more information.
Communities matter @ your library during National Library Week April 13 through 19. Visit your library in person, or online and discover a world of opportunities. Learn more at ALA Dot Org Slash At Your Library.
Celebrate National Library Week with a visit to your local library April 13 through 19. Your library has something for everyone, from free family programs to computer training workshops, Lives change @ your library. Contact your local library for more information, or visit ALA Dot Org Slash At Your Library.
Celebrate the place where communities matter and visit your local library during National Library Week, April 13 through 19. Libraries are our nation’s great information equalizers. From leveling the playing field for job-seekers to story hours and family game nights, libraries offer free fun and educational resources for everyone. Contact your local library for more information, or visit ALA Dot Org Slash At Your Library.
Judy Blume writes that she found her first favorite books while sitting on the floor of the children’s room at the public library in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She grew up with her own characters and stories running around inside her head. Today her characters live in twenty-eight books in thirty-two languages.
Blume is a longtime advocate of intellectual freedom. She has worked closely with the National Coalition Against Censorship as well as the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom to protect the freedom to read.
She is proud to be a recipient of the Margaret A. Edwards Award for Lifetime Achievement from the American Library Association. Most recently she was co-writer/producer of a film adaptation of her novel “Tiger Eyes.” Currently she is writing a new novel.
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