Hey Kelly - can you post your street lit links in the A lit discussion forum and maybe copy and paste them in the librarian group. Those resources are too good to get buried on the comment wall! Hope you're cool! RRG:)
So as you know I'm just learning this Ning thing myself - I think you just follow Frank Baker's lead - you can just blog or you can do like Erika and Kristin did and start your own discussion thread in the "forum" under one of the catagories I've already created - whichever mode you think would be most applicable and useful for the group as a whole - I'm going to try and highlight things one of these weeks so that if people don't check new posts the bouncing blog will direct people to it.... I honestly don't know yet which way makes more sense...
BTW have you seen the new Mini-Marvels series -
the little dudes will HEART them.
I know nothing about that film and I guess Amazon sent me a promo e-mail - they must have decided - if you like books you might like THE LIBRARIAN (sounds dirty, eh?)
Awww Shucks Kelly - glad your still finding this useful....nice photo flip - ok so I found a video you'd like but first I must tell you - just yesterday I got tickets to go see TMBG at a small little club where they'll be playing FLOOD in its entirety. There are some perks to this NYC thing.
Re: your profile - have you considered the Graphic Novel version of the Bible - duhh?
Also found this Graphic Novel at a weirdo comic shop - not clear if it is getting US distribution:
and lastly a video for you....
The 21st-Century Librarian
School librarians like Stephanie Rosalia have transformed into multi-faceted information specialists who guide students through the flood of digital information that confronts them on a daily basis.