Trust me! I'm a Liberryan.

Loving Librarianship since 2004; My dream job...The Librarian of Congress; Member - Team Awesome
In my 'Circle of Trust'...

I know I use “just” too much in written communication and speaking. I will spend several extra minutes rewriting sentences because the word has always bothered me. I’ve never thought of “just” as  a word of subordination or deference, but the description does make sense.

The Thunder AND the Lightening!!

The Thunder AND the Lightening!!

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We do a lot! I’m sure I could make another infographic with 27 more things that your Teacher Librarian does. Perhaps a blog post?

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foulmouthedlibrarians:

runjuliet:

Never assume that patrons have checked the catalog and read all of the wonderfully detailed information you took such time and pains to provide.

Your colleague-librarians, though, should know better, and will get their ears boxed for not looking up that shit themselves.

True facts.  I will side eye you so hard and then swear at you over my beer.

teachingliteracy:

areadersjournal:
TBR BOOK JAR!! :D
Recently my TBR pile has been growing (especially with my recent hauls) and I figured this would be the perfect way to get started on some those titles.
I’ve put books in the jar that I own and have yet to read as well as books that I want to read but have yet to purchase. Hopefully this will help me get around to some of the trilogies and classics that I have been neglecting :)
Plus it takes away the tough decisions involved in choosing a book when there are so many choices :)
- J

Love this idea! It might be the perfect solution to my ever-growing ‘Want To Read’ list.

teachingliteracy:

areadersjournal:

TBR BOOK JAR!! :D

Recently my TBR pile has been growing (especially with my recent hauls) and I figured this would be the perfect way to get started on some those titles.

I’ve put books in the jar that I own and have yet to read as well as books that I want to read but have yet to purchase. Hopefully this will help me get around to some of the trilogies and classics that I have been neglecting :)

Plus it takes away the tough decisions involved in choosing a book when there are so many choices :)

- J

Love this idea! It might be the perfect solution to my ever-growing ‘Want To Read’ list.

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