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  1. Margaret says:

    I love old educational posters like this.

    1. suth2 says:

      You can find some beautiful posters for classrooms and libraries.

  2. Cassie says:

    I love old library posters, wonderful. : ) I want this one in my classroom.

    1. suth2 says:

      Do you have to buy your own posters for your classroom or does the school give you an allocation to buy materials? When I was teaching we had to make or buy our own display materials. Sometimes you could borrow posters from The Teachers’ Reference Centre which was a resource library for teachers.

      1. Cassie says:

        We have to buy our own. Sometimes, I will email book companies (publicity department) and hope they just send me one because they’re nice.

        1. suth2 says:

          I used to go to video stores for their posters if they were relevant to the topic being taught. Their old posters were sold cheaply.

  3. What a fabulous poster! They could do with sticking that up in my local library, where I keep finding books in the wrong place. They revamped it recently and although it’s nicer inside now, the organisation seems to have gone a bit awry.

    1. suth2 says:

      Our library is in the process of renewal. The actual library has been moved out of its heritage listed building and is now in a vacated hardware store. Building work is to be done on the old building which will also be extended. I think it will be almost a year before the library will be ready. I am looking forward to seeing the changes. Hopefully the organisation will not have suffered!

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