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Researching the Distribution of Hispanic and Latino Children’s Books in United States Public Libraries

I worked with a team that researched the distribution of Hispanic and Latino children’s books in various US libraries, and we compared our findings with population statistics to glean insights. This report is a summary of our findings. This was originally written for my Introduction to Research in Library and Information Science class in the Fall…

Coffeeneuring 2018: Ride 7

Between my current head cold and our region’s first wave of chilly November weather blowing in, today seemed like a pretty good day to not do anything fun, adventurous, or that involved leaving the couch. But you know what? I don’t believe in putting life on hold just because it’s not comfortable at the moment.…

Coffeeneuring 2018: Ride 6

Today’s coffeeneuring adventure was more low-key than the rest. I had some routine work to do, so why not go for a quick bike ride and get the work done with some coffee at Midtown? That’s one of my favorite kinds of adventures, one that integrates neatly into your regular life. Too often, we slog…

Coffeeneuring 2018: Ride 5

The Hallowtide triduum continues, and so does coffeeneuring. I stopped downtown this morning to visit a place I hadn’t been for this challenge yet, Fountain City Coffee. Some heavy weather was steadily rolling in, and dry leaves blustered in waves around me as I biked. It’s been a long time coming, but I think fall…

Coffeeneuring 2018: Ride 4

It’s an All Hallow’s Eve Morning photo dump! (Is that a proper term for Halloween morning? And I’m never quite sure where the apostrophe goes on “Hallow’s.”) After I got my coffee from Parker’s Pantry, I rode my bike around the neighborhood to hunt for spooky yards. There’s something delightful about seeing memento mori decorations…