2015-2016 Work Wrap-Up in Displays

Hey guys!

So in a few days I will officially be on Summer Holiday. I figured I’d present to y’all some of the displays that I created for my bulletin board at work, well at least the ones I remembered to take pictures of.

Let me know what you think. A lot of the displays I was inspired by various sources online.



This was an interactive board, allowing staff and students to make recommendations for new books to be purchased throughout the year.

I expanded my display this year. This version actually opened up allowing kids to look at everything properly without crowding my desk 😉 #BannedBooksWeek


Book Fair #1: Monsters Theme

A simple display to promote literacy.



Remembrance Day themed

December & Winter:



A week-long celebration of “Semaine de la francophonie”


[I didn’t take a picture of this one.. oops]

In honor of “National Poetry Month”. I tried to host a contest, but in the end the small number of participating students received a pencil.

May & June:

[Due to being evacuated I didn’t have a chance to actually do something, super bummer.]

Well, I’m taking a one year off, which will probably means no more creative bulletin boards, but also fewer posts about the life of a librarian.

What do you think?



About Black ' n Write Reviewer

Library Tech grad who is currently working on a BA in Political Science and filling all her time with books.
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One Response to 2015-2016 Work Wrap-Up in Displays

  1. Pingback: Monthly Wrap-Up (#20) | Black 'n Write

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