Library Journal launches 'Your Home Librarian' free newsletter

"Dear Librarians: This special newsletter is designed to help you share resources with your patrons sheltering in place during the COVID-19 crisis. Send it along or share relevant elements with the community you serve.

Your Home Librarian is designed to help you get through the COVID-19 crisis by keeping you informed, entertained, and organized. The newsletter provides readers of all ages book recommendations, multi-generational activity ideas, and tips on home organization." - Library Journal

Library Journal just launched a weekly free newsletter for library enthusiasts of all ages, Your Home Librarian. The newsletter is intended for librarians to share useful information to readers online, as most have to stay at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

For their first issue, they have tips on how to organize your home library, tips for parents on working at home, and book recommendations.

Go to the subscription form to get the newsletter by e-mail

Read the first issue of Your Home Librarian online

Library Journal is a magazine for librarians published in the United States. It was started in 1876 by the inventor of the Dewey Decimal System, Melvil Dewey. It is said to be the most circulated librarianship journal. Library Journal is also known for its book reviews and is often used as a reference by librarians to select books.

Library Journal is also offering free access to all their online issues. Read more: Library Journal offers free online access

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