About

My GraduationHello to everyone who has stumbled upon this blog!

My name is Erin, and I am a children’s librarian in Indiana. I absolutely love being a children’s librarian, and I have been one for 3 years!  I am passionate about early literacy, STEM/STEAM programming, and partnering with schools and local organizations to better serve our patrons.  Along with children’s programming, I am also responsible for providing friendly assistance and reader’s advisory at the youth desk, and purchasing books for the youth book collection (ages 0-12).

I started this blog to share ideas and to join the growing online conversation about children’s services.  I post mostly storytime plans, but will post about anything that involves children’s services.

You can also find me on:

Twitter:  @fallingflannel

Goodreads

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All opinions on this blog are my own and not my employer’s.

8 thoughts on “About

  1. Erin,

    I LOVE your blog! I am an AmeriCorps member working in the children’s department at a library in upstate New York. Part of what I do here is plan and deliver story times, both in the library and in outreach. So glad google brought me to you :]

    Tamar

  2. Love that you are trying to incorporate the iPad into your storytimes and look forward to reading updates. I am thinking about trying some iPad/techy storytimes, too; I am in the information gathering stage at this point. Thanks for sharing

  3. I came across your blog today and love your ideas. I’m a former first grade teacher and now stay at home mom living in India. Our daughter is just eight months old. I love the willingness if librarians to share their ideas–I just downloaded lots of bouncing and action rhymes today. I am looking forward to using your ideas at home and also for a playgroup we are part of. Thanks so much!

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