Winners of the 2010 Destination Jungle TD Summer Reading Club Library Award program announced!

Fortin, Lianne
August 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p151
The article announces the winners of the 2010 Destination Jungle Library Awards presented on May 28, 2011 during the Canadian Library Association 2011 National Conference & Trade Show. The winers include Stony Plain Public Library in the first place for English division, Springfield Library in the second place, and Bibliothèque de St-Léonard in the first place for francophone division. Also, it cites the libraries nominated of Special Mention including Hanna Municipal Library.


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