A taco analogy this fine Tuesday:









The library is the taco shell- coordination and all (or lack thereof), gathering all of our taco fixin’s (read: books) for the Wyoming Food For Thought/ Library Book Drive. The toppings represent all of the different reading levels of the K-12 students, as well as the different genres and fascinating books out there. I personally see the last couple of layers as representing the older students, and it’s those layers of books we really need right now.

Our Amazon wish list– thanks to everyone who has used it! We’re up to roughly 600 books right now (which is awesome), but we’re shooting for 800. If everyone can donate at least one tween/teen/young adult book, I can stop distracting you with Bob the Builder and taco .gifs. I’m kind of like NPR that way.

If you haven’t seen any of our totes around campus, let me know and I will take your donations. I like the opportunity to visit other parts of campus!

Around campus:

Tate Museum
Digital Learning Center

Gateway 3rd floor

Around town:

Wind City Books
Great Harvest Bread Co.

HQ Southern BBQ






Thanks for all you do for the college and community!

Sarah, Head Taco Chef