Denise at the library really really loves her coffee. She subscribes to Biggby ( a local Michigan coffee chain ) to receive her discounted coffee coupons and she likes to read what Biggby Felicity likes to write.
Well, this weeks bit really caught her attention.
The email was entitled Libraries Rock and Felicity wrote this:
I am the queen of useless information and trivia. Ask me an odd question, and typically, I know the answer. If I don’t know the answer, I will look it up because I want to know the answer. If I can’t find the answer, I try to make something up to sound intelligent. (I like to be right!)
I always say that I would love to be an eternal student. I enjoy learning all types of information about people, places, history – even entertainment news (OK, entertainment gossip – my strong suit trivia wise). Books, whether fiction or non-fiction, have always provided me with a means to get the information I crave, and it is with this enthusiasm I tell you that…in April many years ago the First Public Library Opened…YEAH!!!!
Libraries are fabulous! I would consider them the fifth wonder of the world. Think of all the history and knowledge under one roof. Where else can you find information to all those perplexing questions? You can learn about memorable history and the people that were an integral part of that history. Or you can simply go enjoy the quiet environment and read ( or as I like to do – people watch ). Libraries are available to everyone, and what makes them amazing is that everone is afforded access to the same wonderful knowledge for FREE!
So, go increase your brain capacity! It’s cool to B smart!
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You can see why Denise would be such a fan of this email message. 🙂
If you would like to view the email (and get the coupon), visit the site HERE. And consider using that great coupon to enjoy a special drink (or muffin) as you read a scrumptious book (or magazine for you entertainment gossip sorts). It’s a great time to read a book for our Spring Reading Challenge!
1. Read books where the first word in the title begins with a letter in the word SPRING
2. Read books where the authors first name begins with a letter in the word SPRING
3. Read books where the authors last name begins with a letter in the word SPRING
Read a book with the name of a flower in the title
Read a book where the main character’s name is the name of a flower.
Fill out a flower for each book read that fits this criteria! More information is in the library for you.