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Laura Jun 12
Listen, I will love & be passionate about public libraries until I die. However, working in one & dealing with the public is EXHAUSTING - physically, mentally, emotionally - & somedays I genuinely question if I'm strong enough to do it.
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Andy, vaguely lost Jun 8
There’s nothing quite as funny as the face someone makes when you tell them they have a $94 fine on their library card. There’s nothing quite as rewarding as the face they make when you’re able to make that disappear.
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Emily 💜💟🖤 19h
Hey Twitter. Stumped here! Looking for a young adult book about a girl who went on a school trip to a holocaust museum. Something happened at the museum and she’s knocked unconscious. The entire book is then from the POV of a young girl in Paris in WW2
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Šarūnas Mozūras (Sarunas Mozuras) 4h
Good work in summer library in gardens of Bernardins, Vilnius
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Jennifer Rummel 📚🍪 4m
My niece told me this week I got her hooked on the Keeper of the Lost City Books. I love it when we adore the same books!
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Vanessa Flores 14m
Happy Father’s Day to all the wonderful fathers who are there for their children! Enjoy a story with your dad celebrating dads who are young at heart!
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PHS Art Dept Jun 15
Please nominate Philips to win and make Mrs Days day!
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Rena Nisbet 5h
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Rebecca Due Jun 11
Looking for recommendations of and blogs to follow - especially chronicling public library work in general, reference, and programming for all ages! 😊
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LibraryReads 4h
Hello to all the out there! Also, tomorrow, we announce the top for July! Stay tuned!
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Melanie Kyer Jun 7
My school and the English dept. are working together for an awesome project: participating teachers & admin are choosing a book they want to read (or reread) this summer and kids are signing up so in the fall we'll have 30+ different book chats. I'm super psyched!
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Erika Lavonne Wigren Jun 9
Today, I graduated with my Masters of Library and Information Science from the University of Washington. I’ve always felt like a librarian with my love of people and storytelling, but now, I am a certified librarian.
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Alexandra Jun 14
Replying to @ANCalaway
I’m a better , a better reader, & a better writer because I learned this lesson. I don’t tolerate people shaming people for their reading choices anymore. Fuck the idea of books. Don’t apologize for your reading choices. Fuck anybody who shames you too.
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Brittany Wesner Jun 10
Enjoying this last week of semi-quiet desk shifts this week until total chaos next week. 😂
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Aman 6h
Replying to @PATrolleyMuseum
. discusses an ever-evolving job supporting museum staff. Goal: transform from info service provider to partner.
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Corey Farrenkopf Jun 11
A note from your friendly neighborhood : I’ve read few novels more beautifully layered than The Drowning Girl by . A love story that is also a ghost story that is also a siren story with meditations on art, psychosis, and werewolves. What are your thoughts?
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Terri Jones Jun 15
Putting on my hat today. Have a wonderful day and be nice to your local staff!
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Aman 6h
Replying to @medel
. keeps track of all professional activities to show value of professional info services.
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Kayla Abner Jun 7
Today I've officially been a DS for one week, and I am equal parts exhausted and invigorated. So much energy , so many ideas for the future! Can't wait to see what we accomplish.
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Marie MacRae Jun 7
Ain’t nothing like talking to a throng of 5th graders about the joys of reading 😅
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