Friday, September 26, 2014

‘C’ is for ‘Cat’ with cut-paper shelf marker

On a shelf-marker above a shelf-ful of books, a calico-patterned paper-cutout cat arches its back as it faces a letter C.

One of the highlights this week in Bellview library was the installation by Traci Ordenez of cut-paper shelf markers she made. For Friday cat blogging, here’s a photograph of the shelf marker she made for “C.”

From “A” to “Z,” each letter of the alphabet is paired with an illustration on the shelves of our “Everybody” books. Ordenez is also responsible each year for the elaborate cut-paper illustrations we use with shelf-browsers for students in younger grades.

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