Day 7: York – A lot of history and little about gardens

Guest post by Margot Willis and Tracy Ritenour. Today we said farewell to Bristol and boarded a mid-morning train bound for York. The ride, lasting about four hours in total, gave us good views of an overcast, sheep-filled English countryside, Continue reading Day 7: York – A lot of history and little about gardens

Day 5: Exeter – Whirlwind Tour in the Cathedral and Library

Guest post by Meaghan Wilson. Yesterday, we visited the beautiful Cathedral in Exeter! We began our morning with an early train ride to Exeter; the hour and a half trip provided an opportunity to see the rather picturesque countryside of Britain. Continue reading Day 5: Exeter – Whirlwind Tour in the Cathedral and Library

Student Spotlight: Interview with Amira in America creator

Check out this interview by the American Library Association Office for Diversity, Literacy, and Outreach Services with Liz Laribee, creator of Amira in America along with Andrea Castillo, Carmen Collins, and Dolly Martino. Amira in America was created as part of the Continue reading Student Spotlight: Interview with Amira in America creator