The California State Library
hears from you!
on Center for the Book website “double”
number of hits on the California
for the Book website
after I posted my announcement on CALIX about our
toolbox for libraries on Ken Burns’ The War.
Teachers, librarians, and other groups were
eager to access this great package to help create
their The War programs. My webmaster can't contain
her excitement; I've never seen so many happy
faces and exclamation points in one email!
for the Book
gratitude” for PLSEP grant
am writing to express my deep gratitude to the
California State Library, and to the committee who
awarded me the PLSEP grant for the 2007-2008
an older student who is pursuing her dreams, and
with two children in college, this financial award
represents so much to my family and me.
It also speaks volumes about the California
State Library’s commitment and support to those
entering the profession.
The more I learn and experience from the
library world, the more excited I am about
becoming part of it.
Mark, Santa Monica
for CSL service to sight impaired customer
wish to express my sincere appreciation to the
California State Library staff for the prompt
service of a half-speed tape player delivered to
my sight impaired friend, Linda.
It has made such a difference in her life
to have the independence to play the books on tape
and enjoy them without having to ask her caregiver
for help. The
loan of these materials from the state system has
helped to lift her depression and has truly made a
you again for sending the player out in such an
efficient and timely manner!
We are most grateful!
specialized materials for remedial classes help
have my sincere thanks for allowing Dr. Robert
Monke, Kremen School of Education,
Fresno, to borrow three
volumes of my journal, The Pointer.
was a valuable service, for the pedagogical
materials remain quite timely, and highly useful
for remedial and special education classes.
Pointer for Special Class Teachers and the Parents
of the Handicapped had an international
opened ways to establish greatly needed programs
for children with learning difficulties.
Concrete, practical, and realistic
techniques were provided in academic and
your kindness, further use can be made of these
Founder and editor, The Pointer