Brain Color Library News

Brain Color Library News


I love libraries… their filled with words! It makes sense… I am an author, a voracious reader and “I’ve been wrapped up in words since the day I was born.” Read my introduction if you are curious about the last statement.


I have fond memories of the library in my childhood home, our River Forest Public Library, the alcove window desks in the Oak Park River Forest High School Library and the libraries our Glazov family has enjoyed in our homes.


On Tuesday, March 18th, I facilitated a What color Is Your Brain? workshop at the Indian Trail Public Library in Wheeling, Illinois. It was a privilege and a pleasure to collaborate with Michelle Shapiro, who I worked with when I published my first book, Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift.


Michelle and I also worked together when I facilitated a What Color Is Your Brain? staff development workshop and a program for patrons who wanted to learned about their Brain Colors to improve their communication skills, while they canvassing the community to get support for a library addition referendum. I was thrilled when I learned that the referendum passed. I like to think it passed with “Flying Brain Colors.”


Michelle is a Blue Brainer… a is  kind and helpful woman. She submitted my name to the Library Administrators Conference of Northern Illinois (LACONI) and “Because of my outstanding performance at an area library,” I was selected to be included in the Best of the Best 6th edition guide to library programs for adults.


My local library is like a second home to me. On Sunday, April 13th, it will be a privilege to present a What Color Is Your Brain? workshop at my Barrington Area Public Library in Barrington, Illinois at 2:00pm in the Zimmerman Room. I have enjoyed working on this program and reconnecting with Terry Mills and Rose Faber, who are quintessential librarians.


I am looking forward to an delightful afternoon with people in my Barrington Community. I have prepared a new handout to help attendees enjoy learning about their Brain Colors. I would also be thrilled if the attendees like the program so much that they would purchase copies of What Color Is Your Brain? to share at home and in their workplace.


I’m excited about another library program in May. On Wednesday, May 21st, my fellow Women In Networking (WIN) member, Terri Meyer, has scheduled me to present a What Color Is Your Brain? workshop at the Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich, Illinois.


Support your local library and I will keep you posted on the latest Brain Color Library News!


Sheila Glazov ~ Author ~ Speaker ~ Educator

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  1. Mother Earth on April 17, 2008 at 2:45 am

    Ha! You match the decor of the library – how wonderful is that? Libraries mean the world to me too

  2. Sheila Glazov Author Speaker on April 23, 2008 at 6:24 pm

    Yes, the decor of the library is similar to our Brain Colors. 
    Each Brain Color appreciates different aspects of the library:
    Yellow Brainers enjoy the organized environment
    Blue Brainers appreciate the help the librarian and books offer
    Green Brainers like the quiet research atmosphere
    Orange Brainers value the quick resources 

    Cheers for those of us who love libraries!

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