Barbara Band

December 2009
School Librarian;Winter2009, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p197
The article features Barbara Band, librarian of the Emmbrook School who is one the recipient of the 2009 School Librarian of the Year Award. It notes the efforts of Band to maximize the space and improve welcoming atmosphere for both study and leisure reading in the library. Thus, it cites the success of Band to create a welcoming approach for all library users through careful use of striking displays. Moreover, it notes that Barbara is a school governor wherein she supports teaching staff.


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