Dewey know what week it is?

Can you Adam and Eve it? I am back again because it is National Library Week — Mrs Farrell is very devoted and goes to the Library at least once a week. And we haven’t even acknowledged it.

In particular we want to honour Library workers. This is their special day. Library workers of the world, we salute you!

If you visit the Library be sure to wish them well and thank them for being there.

Before we go any further, you know that I had to have a hat for the occasion. Meet Dewey. Yes as in the decimal. Sigh. Oh, well. The name may not be very original but the hat it is.

Dewey hat design created by ©Vivian Grant Farrell exclusively for Hattingdon®.
Dewey hat design created by ©Vivian Grant Farrell exclusively for Hattingdon®.

Here, as they say, is the rest of the story.

Library Workers Day

On social media use #NationalLibraryWorkersDay which is today, the Tuesday of National Library Week which is this week.

Here’s some more information:

National Library Workers Day was first celebrated in 2004.  It was started as a way to raise support for better benefits and salaries at a time when they had been stagnant for years.

National Library Workers Day continues to promote increased benefits and wages for the services provided by library workers every day.

For complete information National Library Workers Day see

There’s more.

National Library Week

April 8 — 14. Use #NationalLibraryWeek to share on social media.

The American Library Association in conjunction with the Advertising Council founded the first National Library Week in 1958. To find out more, visit the American Library Association website.


Woooohoooooooooooo! I’m done, so TTFN (ta ta for now as Winnie the Pooh says). xoxoxoxoxo

Hattingdon® text black desyrel font.



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