050: Welcome back, you bumptious Turdsworth

NEW YEAR NEW...RETURNING PODCAST There was a lil hiatus and we never really got to warn you, sorry! This episode, we jump back in with some bookish news, recommendations, and a chat about what's going on in Lawrence this spring! Turns out? Lots of stuff. 


Bookish News:
Two Book Minimum: 


What's Going On? (So much.)

In partnership with the Lawrence NAACP, we have an awesome African American Read-In planned (events throughout February) with a Kick-off on Feb 2nd. Come to the kick-off for a lively panel discussion led by scholars, writers, and librarians about the importance of representation in literature.

Read Across Lawrence has been announced! The adult read is The Round House by Louise Erdrich (who will be at Haskell this spring!!!!) The events for Adult RAL will be throughout April, with the giveaway on March 28th. (Stay tuned for more info, because that will also be our 2020 CENSUS BASH!) 

Also coming this spring, as we've bragged about before, is Paper Plains Literary Festival


As for our personal lives, here are our dogs at the dog park!

From nearest to farthest: Tucker, Hagrid, and Gunther. Franz 4ever. 


Twice(-ish) a month, the librarians are in, with their favorite recommendations in Two Book Minimum, a toe-to-toe discussion on a book or topic, as well as news from the book world, updates from Lawrence Public Library, and beyond.
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