One Year of Blogging!

Today on the Baker & Taylor blog we’re celebrating one year since we kicked off this project to connect with public librarians across the globe.

Notes in the Margin was started to serve as a new resource for librarians. From author spotlights to book suggestions to free marketing materials, we’ve spent the year trying to make the lives of librarians easier. And we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

To celebrate this blog anniversary, we’re rounding up our favorite posts of the past year from each month. Enjoy!


MARCH 2017

Get re-acquainted with Jill Blades, a sales representative with Baker & Taylor and a book lover.



APRIL 2017

Learn more about our mascots, Baker and Taylor, two cats that lived in Nevada library. 

MAY 2017

Why are libraries so essential? And why we did we, as a Company, advocate for public library federal funding?

JUNE 2017

Re-read this Q&A with Baker & Taylor’s president, David Cully.


JULY 2017

You may have heard of Community Sharing by now, but what are the benefits for communities? Spoiler alert: there are a lot.


Customized Library Solutions, aka CLS, gives us an inside look at five things you may not know about this business within Baker & Taylor.


Author spotlights aren’t a new thing on this blog, but it is unique to feature a 9-year-old author, Hilde Lysiak.


Check out our microsites, built with you in mind.



During University Press Week, we celebrated university presses and all of their accomplishments over the past year.


Need book suggestions? Look over our list of favorites from 2017.


Don’t miss any of the new releases of 2018 with this handy guide of ebooks we just can’t wait to be released.

Beautiful girl is reading e-book in the hammock


One of our favorite days of the year: the ALA Youth Award ceremony. Here, the big winners are listed.

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