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Bibliotecas mudam o mundo / Daniele Carneiro, Juliano Rocha ; ilustrações, Juliano Rocha conteúdo, edição e editoração, Daniele Carneiro e Juliano Rocha.

Daniele Carneiro, author, editor.

[Curitiba, Santa Catarina, Brasil] : Magnolia Cartonera, 2016.

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  • Title:
    Bibliotecas mudam o mundo / Daniele Carneiro, Juliano Rocha ; ilustrações, Juliano Rocha conteúdo, edição e editoração, Daniele Carneiro e Juliano Rocha.
  • Author: Daniele Carneiro, author, editor.
  • Contributor: Juliano Rocha author, illustrator, editor.
  • Other Titles: Variant Title: Bibliotecas mudam o mundo : um livro sobre o futuro das bibliotecas
  • Subjects: Libraries; Libraries and community; Libraries and immigrants; Libraries and gays; Libraries and the homeless; Small presses -- Brazil -- Specimens; Cartonera books -- Brazil -- Specimens; Libraries and the homeless; Libraries and immigrants; Libraries and gays; Libraries and community; Libraries; Cartonera books; Small presses; Brazil; Specimens
  • Publication Details: [Curitiba, Santa Catarina, Brasil] : Magnolia Cartonera, 2016.
  • Manufacture Details: Junho de 2017
  • Language: Portuguese
  • Edition: 1a edição
  • Identifier: System number: 018840113
  • Notes: The book describes how libraries can become active and transformative institutions, and can have a positive social impact in their communities. The five chapters deal with subjects such as LGBTQ diversity, the need for LGBTQ public programming, and libraries as places of refuge in times of instability. There is also a chapter on how libraries can work with homeless people, sharing space and books, and valuing human dignity. The chapter on human development deals with how libraries can provide opportunities for learning and professional training and support to user communities of immigrants, refugees, non-literate adults, seniors, children with no access to school libraries, and teenagers growing up in dangerous neighborhoods. Finally, there are chapters on libraries and technology, and a special text, "Libraries against hate" ("Bibliotecas contra o odio").
    A cartonera book. Cartonera books were born in Argentina in the early 2000s, in the midst of an economic crisis. Independent writers and poets needed to express and publish their works at the lowest possible cost, in a format that would be accessible to all. They began producing books printed in small print and with covers made from cardboard boxes, collected on the streets by "cartoneras." The cardboard is reused, cut, and made into covers that are then painted, and sewn by hand, one by one, making each cover unique.
    Half title: "Bibliotecas mudam o mundo : um livro sobre o futuro das bibliotecas."
    "2a reimpressão"--title-page verso.
    Associated with the blog: Bibliotecas do Brasil.
    Accompanied by a bookmark, stating in Portuguese: I have been recycled and am now an art-book.
  • Physical Description: 107 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
  • Copy Note: Copy note: Copy at YF.2018.a.9958. Identified as number 45 of a limited edition of 50 copies on title page verso.
  • Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection YF.2018.a.9958
  • UIN: BLL01018840113

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