In many ways I wish my life could be all about Disney, all the time. But in “real life,” I don’t work for Disney. I do, however, have a job that I love, and that’s working in the children’s department of a library. And every once in awhile, there’s an opportunity to bring a little bit of Disney into my work place.
As we know, kids have been going crazy over Frozen. We’ve ordered a ton of Frozen books that get checked out all the time. And with the winter and the snow coming up, we decided the best display we could put up for the month of January would be Frozen themed! And of course I volunteered to do it 😉
For the display I first pulled all of the books that we had that were Frozen themed. This included our Frozen books, but because those go so quickly I tried to pick other books related to Frozen as well. I got some copies of the Snow Queen, books on Norway, and non-fiction books on ice and snow.
To decorate I found some resources online. I cut out paper snowflakes, some of which were Frozen inspired with hidden Olaf or Sven. And I made a Frozen sign and Olaf banners to hang on the windows. I also found a paper project to make a little Anna and Elsa. Finally, I found a picture of Olaf and added the words “Reading is Cool” (because it is!).
I’m pretty happy with how it turned out! It was a really fun display to put together and the kids would get very excited when they came into the library and saw it.