LIBRARY: Come in and see our December displays!

Each month we feature a topic of national interest in the library's exhibits, like last month's National Native American Heritage Month display. For December the library staff decided on a new approach . . .

we're highlighting the special days in December!

Using library materials and databases from your BMCC Library, we've highlighted some of the unique anniversaries and days of celebration in December. This month only, you can see info on the discovery of Antarctica (December 14th), a wonderful book, The Art of Walt Disney, commemorating the great animator's birthday (December 5th), and much more!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The display runs throughout the library's main floor:

  • Begin instantly on your right as you enter the library
  • Continue along the ends of the rows in the general collection
  • Wind around under the bottom of the stairs in the children's area

Library staff has included community events, holiday classics, and other materials from your library to celebrate the season and all the special days in December. See what we've got in here -- most items on the display can be checked out! Come in and take a peek, then let us know what you think with a comment!

Happy Holidays!

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Guest (not verified):

What does the book "Children just like me" have to do with Antarctica?

ejensen:

It's actually another part of our December display. UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, was founded on December 11, 1946 to provide aid to "Children Just Like Me," first in areas ravaged by World War II, and later all over the world.

Click here to learn more about Unicef's history!

Shara Maude (not verified):

Remember Decenber 7th (My birthday oddly enough) is Pearl Harbor day.

paula martin (not verified):

Shara,

Thank you for your comment. We do have Pearl Harbor Day included in our December special days display.

Also Happy Birthday!

Paula Martin
Library Assistant

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