But as ever, it's all about the resources, all about the data. Here are some fun examples to get you going.
- Let's not even start with the books. Did you know that you can borrow a watt meter/power analyzer/electricity meter from your library?
Russian language literature, of which ALD holds a lot (see the "Is subject of" list for specific items)
- I was just reading Young Amelia Bedelia to my daughter last night, so should I need an audio assist…
- The Women's World Cup is roaring on (I watched all the available games in 1999, and haven't missed a WWC game since), but America's great star is the long-retired Mia Hamm.
- Sadly no Nollywood on offer, but tons of Bollywood.
- With Centennial one of the towns hosting an ALD branch, it's worth knowing that Centennial statehouse is considered one of Colorado's great treasures.
- Obligatory Molly Brown sighting, Unsinkable, the Molly Brown story, a biography for young readers.
- Yay! They do also carry my book, Ndewo, Colorado! (and here's more poetry)
With the American Libraries Association coming along, we're excited to keep the initiative expanding to put libraries back where they can be found on the Web.