Director’s Blog




Thank you for taking the time to visit the new Director's blog. I hope you will find this page useful as I share information about new things happening at Fulton County Library System.  I hope to share information with you about new books and materials, digital resources and programming at the library.

I will enjoy sharing books I am currently reading and will appreciate hearing from you and even learning about books you might recommend for me!


Director's Blogs

Director's Blog: August 2021

The month of August always finds me longing for a return to school. Yes, even after all these years, I still want the excitement of going…

Director's Blog: July 2021

The year was 1776. That will soon be 245 years ago! The Declaration of Independence was signed by men who could not have known that…

Director's Blog: June 2021

Welcome back to the Library! As of June 1st, 33 of the libraries are now open Monday through Saturday for you to visit. Come on in and…

Director's Blog: May 30, 2021

As I traveled this weekend around metro Atlanta and into the South Georgia area, smiling faces greeted me without hesitation. People of…

Director's Blog: May 2021

Let’s welcome the month of May. Do you remember when schools had May Day activities? I know that was a long time ago and dates me. …

Director's Blog: April 2021

Hello everyone. Just as spring arrives, new possibilities are on the horizon. Let’s collectively begin the journey from the devastation of…

Director's Blog: March 2021

What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book? I'll give you time for your considered opinion. However, it is hard to pick just one. It's…

Director's Blog: January 29, 2021

The chill remains in the air; there are still numerous questions all around us, about many things; and they all seem to greatly affect our…

Director's Blog: January 4, 2021

Now that a new year has begun, we look forward to our commitment to bring to you the best in library services. We will continue to explore…

Director's Blog: December 3, 2020

Well, the biggest holiday season is now upon us. Perhaps your enthusiasm wanes since we remain in the midst of a pandemic; sometimes…

Director's Blog: November 16, 2020

Time continues to move forward no matter what we do, or don’t do. All of us have worked hard to revise and revamp our personal and…

Director's Blog: October 28, 2020

We are in the fourth quarter of a year that has seen nothing but challenges and change. It is true that the only thing constant is change.

Director's Blog: July 7, 2020

I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable 4 th of July weekend. We may be celebrating this differently this year, but my hope for you is…

Director's Blog: July 14, 2020

This continues to be what I call an “interesting time.” It is my hope that you and your family and friends are doing well. As we wind…

Director's Blog - Resolve to Read

Resolve to Read - Summer 2020 Update

The library continues to hold online programs like Storytime, book clubs, cooking shows, adult storytime and more.

Resolve to Read - June 2020

Have you been spending your summer catching up on your reading? We know this summer has proven to be unlike any other before COVID-19. …

Resolve to Read - April 2020

While we have all been spending more and more time at home, digital services from your library are more important than ever! Did you know…

Resolve to Read - February 2020

Ever wonder what the most checked out books are at your local library? No need to wonder anymore! Check out this article…

Resolve to Read - January 2020

What's in store for 2020 and the #resolvetoread challenge?

Resolve to Read with Celebrating and Practicing Kindness

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." - Aesop.

New Year's Resolutions

It's a brand New Year!! Do you have any resolutions? Here are some ideas for teens for making resolutions in the new year.

Book Review: Just Ask: Be Different, Be Brave, Be You!

Looking for your next read? Check out Just Ask: Be Different, Be Brave, Be You! by Sonia Sotomayor

Book Review: Come Fly the World by Julia Cooke

Looking for your next read? Check out Come Fly the World by Julia Cooke, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Meredith L.

Remembering Jerry Pinkney

Jerry Pinkney illustrated over 100 children's books in his long career. He won a Caldecott Medal and five Coretta Scott King Awards.

Remembering Colin Powell

From growing up in Harlem to becoming the first African-American Secretary of State, these books recount the life of Colin Powell.

Book Review: The Big Picture by Sean Carroll

Looking for your next read? Check out The Big Picturef by Sean Carroll, reviewed by Eugene H.

Picture Book Review: Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes

Looking for your next read? Check out Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes by Eric Litwin, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Anne A.

Book Review: Stronger by Cindy McCain

Looking for your next read? Check out Stronger: Courage, Hope and Humor In My Life With John McCain by Cindy McCain

Picture Book Review: Waiting is Not Easy! by Mo Willems

Looking for your next read? Check out Waiting is Not Easy! by Mo Willems, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Anne A.

Let's read "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" with Online Book Club

Oct 6th | 12:00am - Dec 31st | 12:00am
Online Event
Have you always wanted to join a book club, but couldn’t find the time? Tired of being locked in your house and miss your book club friends?
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