Battle of the Picture Book Barcodes

Battle of the Picture Book Barcodes

The Rodman Public Library in Ohio was inspired by Travis Jonker of School Library Journal’s 100 Scope Notes blog. In March he created a gallery of creative picture book barcode placement.

Rodman Public Library has created the Battle of the Picture Book Barcodes letting anyone (not just library card holders) vote for their favorites. What a cute and easy way to engage the public! Check it out and go vote!

via Rodman Public Library.

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2 thoughts on “Battle of the Picture Book Barcodes

  1. Thank you for highlighting our program at Rodman Public Library. We just completed our 1st round on June 18th and are now down to our “Elite Eight” contestants. The Children’s Department Staff has so enjoyed this and the public loves it (and it’s super easy to do)! We will be documenting this event all the way through the finals on June 29th and I am happy to share this experience with anyone interested in putting on their own battle. Feel free to email me at: jmetzger@rodmanlibrary.com for more information/complete list of all titles we considered. Also, be sure to check out our website and vote for your favorites! Janet Metzger, Head of Children’s Department, Rodman Public Library, Alliance, OH.

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    1. Thanks for that information Janet! It is such a wonderful idea for engaging your community. I voted for my favorites. 🙂

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