Tag Archives: Ann G.
Today’s guest post is from Ann Glusker, formerly a librarian with the Seattle Public Library and now with the National Network of Libraries of Medicine. Thanks to the Medical Library Association News for sharing this post; we trust with this handy … Continue reading
There’s just something fascinating about weird medical history. It seems impossible that anyone ever thought, “Wow, I could stick a leech on that wound and it might help it get better!” but, someone did (and they were right—leeches are used … Continue reading
Follow us throughout the fall for posts which highlight library resources and information that supports the Tiny: Streetwise Revisited exhibit at the Central Library and its community programming. As you may know, the Central Library is currently presenting a thought-provoking … Continue reading
Mosquitoes actually have some good points—they are a food source for many animals, they pollinate flowers, and they even have the capacity to learn. But mostly, as any of us who have been bitten can attest, THEY SUCK (at least, … Continue reading
Join The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Arts & Lectures for our 2nd annual Summer Book Bingo for adults! Follow us throughout the summer for reading suggestions based on each category. Fancy a walk in the countryside? The English love a long walk through the rainy countryside– … Continue reading
~posted by Ann G. Getting your finances in order can seem daunting, especially if you are not wealthy. You know that most of us are in very good company in wondering how to get good financial advice at lower … Continue reading