New Kurt Vonnegut Museum, LeVar Burton, & A Giant Chicken Skeleton | Around the Web, Sept. 27, 2019

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a giant chicken skeleton graces the Denver Central Library, a new Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library opens in Indianapolis, and LeVar Burton will be hosting the National Book Awards

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a giant chicken skeleton graces the Denver Central Library, a new Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library opens in Indianapolis, and LeVar Burton will be hosting the National Book Awards!

giant chicken skeleton sculpture in Denver library atrium

That's not a dinosaur skeleton at Denver Central Library. It's a giant chicken via 9NEWS Denver

Honey & Wax Book Collecting Prize , an annual prize of $1000 for an outstanding book collection conceived and built by a young woman

The small library in Sicily that helps Italians understand African migration to Europe via Quartz Africa

After Trump’s failed battle over the citizenship question, UC Berkeley Library exhibit explores the secret life of the U.S. census via Berkeley Library News

Library of Congress Seeks Smartphones and Tablets to Help the Blind via FedTech Magazine

Brooklyn Libraries On Their Way To 'Net Zero' CO2 Emissions via Prospect Heights Patch

Why do we say “surfing the internet?” You can thank a CNY librarian for that via Syracuse.com

A New Kurt Vonnegut Museum Opens in Indianapolis … Right in Time for Banned Books Week via Open Culture

LeVar Burton, Actor and Education Advocate, to Host 70th National Book Awards via National Book Foundation

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