Fun online books and book collections.
A zombie comic orients students to the library at McPherson College. Run for your life!
Unshelved is a daily web comic, which has also been compiled into several books.
What people have said about LIS and libraries.
"Knowledge is free at the library. Just bring your own container." -- Unknown.
Compiled by Carl C. Gaither and Alma E. Cavazos-Gaither.
"All the 'Cool Quotes' from Ex Libris [an e-zine] about libraries, books, and knowledge."
About a hundred quotations, arranged by topic.
Compiled by Michelle Twait, librarian at Gustavus Adolphus College.
"Quotations for Librarians' Email Signature Files," brought to you by The Laughing Librarian .
Forty selected quotations about libraries. The Quote Garden also has sections on "books" and "internet."
Library-themed quotations, from a large website devoted to quotations on all subjects.
From the American Library Association's Office of Intellectual Freedom.
From IFLA, quotations about libraries and librarians arranged by subject and author.
Compiled by a Canadian cataloger.
From the Iowa State Library.
A few favorite library-related videos.
Additional fun library-related websites and resources.
A compendium of archives-related characters, settings, and plot devices in books, movies, TV programs, and games, toys, and computer software.
Scott Douglas shares his observations and stories of "strange patrons, strange tales, and otherwise just strange things."
A clickable map of libraries with resident cats. The Library owns a related documentary: Puss in Books: Adventures of the Library Cat
Check your knowledge of Library Science.
Jokes, hilarious real-life stories, satirical bookmarks, and much more.
Created by Millikin University librarians Susan Avery (now at UIUC) and Jennifer Masciadrelli, this website illustrates what happens when a bevy of Peeps (marshmallow chicks) visit the library.
Photos of entries in the annual (2006-2010) book cart decoration contest sponsored by the creators of the Unshelved comic strip.
All about the familiar stereotype.
“The world’s only daily comic strip set in a public library.” The Library owns print compilations of the strip as well.
Original humor by Biblia (Amanda Credaro) and many links to other library humor sites. See also a print compilation, Biblia's Guide for Warrior Librarians.