- Chance (and the late Tober), boss cat at Thorntown (Indiana) Public Library;
- Morgan the Library Bunny at Morgan County (Indiana) Public Library;
- Oliver the Library Cat at Clinton (Indiana) Public Library;
- Carnegie the Library Cat at Brazil (Indiana) Public Library;
- Westfield Washington Public Library (Indiana) has fish (I call them swimming dinners) as its spokescritters (following my suggestion blogged in 2011).
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Today's Word is Moi
Indiana librarians keep up with the latest developments in the Hoosier library world by reading the Indiana State Library's digital newsletter, Wednesday Word. Guess who's featured in today's edition?
It's a very nice article celebrating our over half a million blog views. Click here, then scroll down, to read it.
It's not commonly known, but the Lady With the Red Hair, one of my minions, wrote for Wednesday Word back in the late 1990s and early 2000s when she was head of the Indiana State Library Catalog Division.
There are many fine spokescritters (several felines, but also bunnies, birds, fish, and other friendly faces) in Hoosier libraries across the state. We are highly effective public relations officers who can really draw in the crowds. Here are just a few famous friends:
To find further library spokescritters around the country, take a peek at this blog post.
If your library doesn't have a spokescritter, we highly recommend adopting one. Somebody's got to keep all those humans in line.
Your Roving Reporter On The Go,