“Thank You!” to Our Readers

11 Apr

Today’s Hoboken Library Staff Picks Blog post is a special one: this is our 50th post! We launched our Staff Picks blog in March of 2013 and since that time we have received over 5,400 views to our posts! We’ve also had readers not just from Hoboken, but all over the world.

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The staff at the Hoboken Library has had a great time writing these posts and sharing our favorite books, music, movies and more with all of you. We hope that you have enjoyed reading our posts and that we’ve been able to bring new suggestions for you to enjoy. All the librarians at the Hoboken Public Library have been participating in our blog, and we feel this has helped to utilize the interests and tastes of everyone here to give the readers the widest array of suggestions. Here’s a quick review of our participating librarians:

Lois Gross – Head of the Children’s Department
Kerry Weinstein – Reference Librarian
Aimee Harris – Head of the Reference Department
Matt Latham – Reference Librarian/Program Coordinator
Rosary Van Ingen – Head of the Circulation Department
Ona Gritz – Head of the Young Adult Department

Of course, we want to thank everyone who has been reading our blog and supporting us with your views. We hope that you have enjoyed reading our posts and that we have helped you to discover new books, movies and more. In the future, don’t be shy to comment on a post and offer up your thoughts or suggestions – we’d love to hear from you!

And now – back to today’s post from Lois Gross. 🙂

-Written by Matt Latham, Program Coordinator/Librarian

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