Top 10 Tweets — Sunday (Day 3)

June 26, 2017

Top Ten Tweets

It’s almost the end of ALA Annual Conference! The day was filled with sessions, navigating the maze of #alaac17 and a bit of Carla Hayden (one of our superstars this weekend).





Even though it’s Sunday, it’s still difficult to navigate all of the events, sessions and exhibit floor.

It’s difficult to not be inspired by Libraries Transform when walking around #alaac17.

We hope everyone learned as much as Sarah did!

Every now and then you’re reminded about some librarian tropes when at #alaac17.

If you dropped by the Library of Congress booth on the exhibit floor, you may have seen one of the most emotional moments.

To be honest, the Librarian of Congress was one of our most spotted guests. (And we’re also glad you were brought back to life.)

When you get back to the hotel you realize you may have picked up too many ARCs to read …

Then evening events included the Caldecott awards. Needless to say, we think this was everyone in the room.

By the end of the night, the conference is almost over. 🙁

To all of you #alaleftbehind, we’ll pour a coffee out for you:


Geraldine Edwards Hollis of the Tougaloo Nine with attorney and artist Michael Crowell

The Tougaloo Nine Remembered

A Civil Rights pioneer recalls the 1961 read-in in Jackson, Mississippi

You Don’t Always Need Money to Run a Successful Program

Panel encourages thinking outside of the box