AzLA Newsletter

September/October 2018

    President’s Message

    At the start of a race, I am exhilarated. In the middle, I doubt I will make it. A the finish line, I feel a burst of energy. It was the same for my year as President. Thank you to our Executive Board and Committee Chairs. I look forward to an amazing conference.

    ALA Leadership Institute Is Worth the Time and Money

    This immersive leadership development program covered different theories of leadership, including intentional, adaptive, and reactive vs. thoughtful leadership, plus fundamental skills and traits required of leaders. One of the key aspects of leadership is a vision of what kind of leader you are.

    Louise A. Stephens Scholarship Awarded to Natalie Menges

    The Louise A. Stephens Memorial Scholarship supports students enrolled in the University of Arizona’s School of Information M.A. program.

    Children’s Author/Illustrator Network, Sept.-Oct. 2018

    Updated directory of authors and illustrators of children’s literature, with a focus on those in Arizona. Listings are provided as a service to teacher librarians interested in scheduling school visits with authors and/or illustrators.

    Our Vendor Member Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing

    We are a small, niche-based publishing company in Arizona. We publish books in the arts and creativity for adults and kids. We want to build personally-rewarding and profitable relationships with our authors, illustrators, staff and customers. We are a diverse, friendly, and welcoming company. We want to encourage you to pursue your purpose in life.

    Donate to AzLA through Amazon Smile

    Shop at smile.amazon.com and AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to the Arizona Library Association. AzLA is able to continue its mission because of your support and generosity. If you order from Amazon already, please consider supporting AzLA through the AmazonSmile program. Go to https://smile.amazon.com/. Make sure that “Arizona Library Association” is designated as [...]