- REWIND: A Look Back at Previous Michigan Notable Books & Authors - 2006 - Pop goes the author! Robert Sabuda
2006 - Winter’s Tale by Robert Sabuda. (Simon and Schuster)
Over the last 20 years, Robert Sabuda has greatly influenced the world of pop-up books, helping bring new energy to the genre as well as widening the reach and content of these fascinating books. His beautiful book, Winter’s Tale, was named a Michigan Notable Book in 2006 for good reason.
- Continuing Education Stipend Program
The Library of Michigan strives to support libraries’ efforts to provide quality service and programming to their communities. A major element of excellent service is empowering library staff to learn and implement new skills and best practices. The Librarian Continuing Education program helps by providing financial support for library staff continuing education.
- Holiday Hours
In observance of the holidays, the Library will be closed the following days in December and January:
- Friday through Monday, December 22 - December 25
- Friday through Monday, December 29 - January 1
Season's Greetings from the Library of Michigan!
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- State Employee Resources
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Upcoming Events at LM
- Angling and Conservation in Michigan, the Inheritance from the English Leisure Society
Exhibit at the Martha W. Griffiths Michigan Rare Book Room, October 14th 2017 - January 5th, 2018
A book tells a story, while a book collection can tell many stories about the owners, content, and history. The Bower-Averbach Collection held at the Martha W. Griffiths Michigan Rare Book Room is just such a collection, where its value en masse far outweighs any single volume or digital facsimile.
- Mid 20th & 21st Century Biographical Research: Placing People in Context
1 - 2:30 P.M., Lake Huron Room
This class is designed for middle, high and beginning college students interested in researching Michigan residents during the mid-20th to 21st century. Both digital and print material from the Library of Michigan will be discussed.
Groups are welcome but please RSVP by calling 517 – 373 – 1300 or emailing email@example.com.
- Artist talk with Catherine McClung
Artist talk with Catherine McClung - December 9th, 1 - 2 P.M.
Exhibit, December 9th - January 31st.
Martha W. Griffiths Michigan Rare Book Room
Ms. McClung may be best known for work with the Lenox China Company where she created the Winter Greetings designs featuring sprightly birds. Ms. McClung has specialized in painting birds often native to Michigan. Please join us for a special exhibit of her artwork.
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