This A3 poster may be more useful during Halloween or for a librarian who is a fan of Blue Öyster Cult.
Downloadable by clicking on the image below
Twitter helps me creatively fairly regularly. Coming up with (half) witty statements in a limited character set really helps to focus the mind! On Tuesday I posted this:
Give up ignorance for Lent! Go to the Library and be tempted by awesome books for 40 days! Great for puns "The Librarian Lent me this book!"
— Matt Imrie (@mattlibrarian) February 28, 2017
This morning I started building a display around it and created a poster.
You can download a pdf of the poster by clicking on the image below
I have created an A3 poster commemorating the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand for the first of my Great War displays.
The image below has a generic School Times header rather than the name of my school.
You can download the publisher file by clicking on the image if you wish to adapt it for your own displays.
If you wish to change the header title and add your school name I used http://fontmeme.com/old-english-fonts/ Anglican Text to create the image.
The text is from the Manchester Guardian, June 29 1914
I came across a link to a brilliant motivational poster for the library & classroom on twitter today:
— Brayden Stone (@bstone0) May 28, 2014
I created an A3 downloadable .pdf poster based on the original, click on the image to download a copy:
Due to a reshuffle of school property the Library is now hosting a rather large cupboard that I have started using as I believe in squatters rights. The only downside is that it is in the library proper and not behind my desk, I did not want to put a boring no entry sign on the doors so I went with a literary alternative involving the Narnia Border Protection Agency that students have been finding very amusing.
You can view the sign below.