Sometimes in my weeding adventures I come across an item with no modern relevance, no practical research usefulness, and no compelling reason to keep — but I cannot possibly get rid of. This is one of those items.
The Children’s Book on How to Use Books and Libraries, Revised Edition, 1961.
Savor the illustrations. The female librarian’s 1961 bob! The male librarian fireplace storytime! The old man and the kid both walking out of the library with a book in hand! The talking misshelved book!
I am a librarian!
Oreo Library Whisper Fight commercial
“Teen detective Ruby Skye finds herself in another mysterious mess, and this time, the culprit may just be supernatural! Landing herself smack dab in the middle of a creepy séance, Ruby plunges headfirst into another mystery – one which only she can solve. It’s The Haunted Library!
On a routine trip to the O’Deary Library with her sister Hailey, Ruby overhears a conversation between the owner, Ava O’Deary, and the librarian, Ophelia Bedelia. Ophelia is terrified because of strange, late night activities in the library, and she suspects the worst: the library is haunted!
Ruby springs into action, and it isn’t long before she finds herself in a spooky whirlwind of paranormal activity.”
Ruby Skye P.I. is an award-winning kid-driven family-friendly multi-platform detective series.
Yes! Love it.
Everyone at the hospital where Jan Marlowe worked as Librarian was seething with excitement about the new consultant Ophthalmic surgeon. Jan liked him too, but found one of the patients more attractive still — or did she?
Matilda walked the ten blocks to the library and devoured one book after another. When she finished all the children’s books she started wondering around in search of something else. So, Matilda’s strong young mind continued to grow; nurtured by all those authors who’d sent their books out into the world. Like ships onto the sea. These books gave Matilda a hopeful and comforting message “you are not alone.”
The Desk Set starring Katharine Hepburn features librarians and Christmas!
Inspired by School Library Journal’s 2012 Librarian Lump of Coal Gift Guide, and selected by the completely subjective methodology of “I thought it was cool,” here are 10 gifts for the librarian you actually like. (Via LJ News Editor Meredith Schwartz).