Running a Library on a Shoestring

EVERSON, WA - Sheryl Kindle Fullner was thrilled when she was asked to write a book about building and maintaining libraries with cheap and resourceful methods, since she had spent a dozen years doing just that.

When school starts this fall, the Everson resident will be in her 13th year as a librarian and teacher at Nooksack Middle School. She used her experiences to write "The Shoestring Library," which was recently published by Linworth Publishing, Inc. The book is designed to help librarians administer libraries in tough times. School and college librarians and public librarians in small, underfunded libraries are its target.

A Q and A with the author can be found at the News Tribune. More book info from Linworth Publishing.


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another book by Sheryl The Button Blanket

Having made my own native -style button blanket or robe, it was a natural to create a teen fiction novel about a button blanket. The Button Blanket is available from Village Books, Bellingham WA online.
The Shoestring Library available through Follett, amazon and B&N

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