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Cofell, J., B. Longair, and L. Weeks. 2016. Physical Literacy in the Library Or, how we ended up loaning out rubber chickens. PNLA Quarterly 80, no. 1: 34-36.http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2016/05/health-happens-in-libraries-part-ii-programs/
ALSC. 2016. Curiosity Creates INNOVATIVE LIBRARY PROGRAMMING FOR CHILDREN. Written for the Association for Library Service to Children by Paula Holmes. See chapter “Explore It” at Glacier County Public Library (MT), pp. 28-31.
Rohr, L. 2016. Zumba, 3-D printers, fishing pole rentals among unique library offerings. Daily Herald July 10. Retrieved from: http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20160710/news/160719943/
TackleShare at Fort Frances Public Library (Ontario) http://library.fort-frances.com/tackleshare?mc_cid=6bd4ed8c1f&mc_eid=c560804703
The Topeka Capital-Journal. 2014. Library offers more than just books: Patrons can now check out fitness kits, cake pans and more. http://cjonline.com/news-local/2014-07-26/library-offers-more-just-books