Sawyer, Rod
August 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p183
The article provides information on the Canadian Library Month in October 2008. It is the time that all types of Canadian libraries will celebrate their services and commitment to all Canadians. The theme of the celebration is "Your Library, Your World/Votre bibliothèque, Votre univers." The committee cited several designs featuring different library themes and users before arriving at its final decision for the poster and bookmark for 2008.


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