Recommended Website: Girls at Library

Once in a while, I run across a website that speaks to why I became a librarian. This time that website was Girls at Library.

Girls At Library (GAL) is an online journal that features engaging literary interviews with and book recommendations from remarkable, diverse women who share a passion for reading.
A unique online resource for literature lovers, GAL invites the exchange of ideas, perspectives, and emotions that underscore what makes reading such a universal pursuit. The books one reads both shape the mind and reflect the soul: literature empowers, transports, and inspires. To this end, GAL promotes reading as a constructive and enriching act for everyone.
Each interview offers keen insights, personal portraits, and an artful, intimate look inside the libraries of women from all walks of life.

The "There's a Book for That" link helps you find a book for any situation. 

There's also a "Nightstand Series" link that asks what books you keep on your nightstand. 

There a feeling to this website that is very empowering to women, and it's all done through books. So good!


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