[Libs-Or] OLA Quarterly Author Showcase post: Natasha Forrester Campbell, Multnomah County Library

Charles Wood wuchakewu at gmail.com
Sun Nov 12 10:47:41 PST 2017

Natasha Forrester Campbell is a Youth Librarian at the Multnomah County
Library’s Hollywood location and serves as the Chair of OLA’s Children’s
Services Division. In her professional life, she does programming and
reader’s advisory for kids ages birth–18 and the adults who raise and teach
them. This includes storytimes for babies through preschoolers and
moderating two family graphic novel book groups: one for grades 2–3 and one
for grades 4–5, plus their favorite adults. She’s a member of the Amelia
Bloomer Project committee for ALA’s Feminist Task Force, and when not
actively librarianing she plays board games, walks her dogs, searches for
the perfect taco, and hoards comic books like a dragon hoards gold. Please
download and read Natasha’s latest article, “Storytime Can Be Social
Justice Time,” here:


Thank you,

Charles Wood

OLA Communications


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