About Litandmore

This space started out as a place to discuss literature, library science, and more. Now, it is used to chronicle a yearly road trip.

Litandmore:
*loves literature;
*regularly travels to NYC;
*earned a B.S. in Elementary Education from Illinois State;
*earned an M.A. in Teaching and Leadership from St. Xavier University;
* earned a Master of Library and Information Science degree from Dominican University.

20 thoughts on “About Litandmore

  1. Mr. Schu,

    Great blog. I found your blog through a search I was doing about the “Show Your Shiny Side!” TV-Turnoff Week contest. Your posting about the contest was on November 22. We (Bubblegum Books) are partners with the Center for Screen-Time Awareness in the contest. Thanks for your help in promoting the contest. We had a similar contest last year with another one of our books and the response was great.

    Thought your readers might be interested to know they can purchase discounted copies of the book through the Center. Here’s a link to the discounted order form.

    http://www.screentime.org/images/File/Shiny%20Side%20order%20form_082307.pdf

    If you can let other teachers at your school and in your area know about the contest, we’d really appreciate it. I can email you a copy of the entry form if you’d like.

    There’s also more information about the contest on our website at:

    http://www.BubblegumBooks.com

    Thanks,

    Brad Hauber

  2. Hi Mr. Schu!

    Thank you for posting the Harper Library Video Tour to your blog. The staff here at Harper is really excited that people other than our faculty have viewed it. We’ve all become (and not because of the video post) big fans of your site. Keep up the Great Work!!!

    Ryan Larkin
    Harper College Library

  3. I want to bring a new public artpiece about literature to your attention. I designed and built it along with several friends. We just installed it at the Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr. Branch Library in Marana, AZ. The sculpture includes hundreds of phrases from a wide range of literature, as well as oral histories of the settlement of the Marana area. The words are roughly 74% English, 24% Spanish, and 2% O’odham. See pictures at the following link:

    http://www.creativemachines.com/Public%20Art/Wondrous/Wond_1.html

  4. Hey John! Just found the website. Now I can feel connected with you all summer! Have a blast on your trip! Let us know when you have to time to get together!
    Mary

  5. John and Donna,

    Looking forward to your upcoming trip. Check this site daily…..

    I still think you should write a book about your travel adventures. Olivia will love it when she gets older πŸ™‚

    Safe Travels!

  6. Hi Guys,

    Sounds like you are off to a fun start! Have fun at the duct tape festival!

    We are looking forward to your pictures and adventures! Do I have to do anything else to be added as family so I can see all the pics?

    Thanks!

    Karen & Mike

    PS…Donna have a very wonderful birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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