Friday, June 29, 2018

Fourth of July Facebook Posts You Can Share

School is over, and library life has been all about the Summer Reading Program for weeks (if not months) at this point. If you, like many of us, have been so busy that you haven't given a thought to anything to post for the Fourth of July, fear not! Other libraries and organizations have done the work for you, and you can share them on your Facebook page, thanks to the Shareable Clique Facebook group.  We've compiled some of our favorites here for you. Simply click the link, and share the post!

Flag of Books

Thanks to the Kaufman Library

Jefferson's Last Words

Thanks to the Aloha Community Library Association

Flag Over Grand Canyon

ABC15 Arizona posted this photo last year. It doesn't get much more American than this!

The Declaration of Independence 

This original draft of the Declaration of Independence was posted by the Library of Congress


If you're thinking of playing a video clip, we recommend:

Stars and Stripes Forever: This version is by the United States Army Field Band

A Message from Sam the Eagle: This silly message brought to you by The Muppets

Want to Make One of Your Own?

Check out these historical images from the Library of Congress!

As always, we'd love to see what you decide to post. Share with us here in the comments, on our Facebook page, or on Twitter. Or, join the Shareable Clique and share your best social media with everyone!

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