Dating a librarian

Well, I've been reading another library blog where the blogger is talking about the lack of representation of her minority group in libraries. Or they suffer from the masculine variety of Librarian's Bottom. I see these library job ads with the standard EEOC disclaimer, "women and minorities are encouraged to apply." More women! I want to see disclaimers that read, "Straight males, preferably good-looking, are encouraged to apply." And regarding minorities, I'm not prejudiced.

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Where are the attractive straight guys, that's what I'd like to know?

I mean, seriously, were I to look around my library for a date, which I probably wouldn't do, what would I see? Sure, plenty of them are nice enough, but do I really want to invite any of them back to my place for a bottle of wine?

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I want to share with you a favorite book selection activity that the kids dig, is super silly and fun, creates a lot of excitement, and makes the books fly out of the library!

I first blogged about this with you back in 2013, added a genre twist last year, and now I've added a video and a few new tweaks!George is shaken when he goes to the library with Jerry only to see a homeless man on the step who is the spitting image of his high school tormentor, gym teacher Mr. It was George's complaint that got the man fired and he now thinks he may have ruined his life. Here, instead, he succeeds in comically deforming his trademark persona while retaining a sort of realistic charm, with the result of Bookman being hilarious, but still believable as a human being.Kramer meanwhile starts dating the librarian and Elaine is convinced that her boss he out to fire her. This is a lonely woman looking for companionship... In fact, after seeing this, I kind of wonder whether '91 was good or bad for libraries...With my middle school kids this activity is guaranteed to make them grin, giggle, and cringe a little. Because prepare yourselves, book lovahs, this is super cheezy!To get ready, I take a book cart around first the fiction area, grabbing armfuls of favorite, popular, and good looking books, grouping some by genre like my Teen, realistic novels, and Bluford High series.Besides, let me make a fool of myself with the cheezy delivery and you can just sit back and roll your eyes with the kiddos. ;-) Laminate some butcher paper book covers with cuts out on the back for bar codes! (I deliberately chose books I had several of copies of that I hid on a cart- so that if they were checked out I didn't have to do all the work over again - pop in the next copy! Switching a lot means that kiddos keep moving, talking, and it creates a sense of urgency. "After a couple turns I'll call out that the first 6 kiddos checking out books will get a scratch and sniff bookmark and then they can go, put up their feet, read their new book and hang out in our READING LOVE LOUNGE. ") To the kiddos: "Don't want to check out a book today? I'm not gonna to force you - I just want you to see what's out there! " LOL I'll then ask the cooperating teacher now to help out with the timer as I scoot over to the circ desk and check out the books. Esp, if I don't have a media asst there or a parent volunteer available- and most times, I don't [sad face]) The last round the kiddos can go anywhere in the library to find that "just right" book and then-- in the space of about 15 min almost every kid has a book & they're all smiles!

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