14 Reasons Why You Should Love A Librarian

14 Reasons Why You Should Love A Librarian

1. Because they read a lot of books, which tend to make them smart.

2. Because they are good listeners.

3. And they know how to give excellent advice. It is, after all, part of their job description.

4. Because they understand the importance of history.

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  • Bruce Sinclair
    July 23, 2015, 4:21 pm

    I am married to a librarian and can vouch for the validity of this list. He said, knowing that from somewhere behind his shoulder she’ll be watching.

    Librarians, libraries and rare books are also central characters to a novel I have recently completed, Cringe. See here, for example: https://brucesinclairwriter.wordpress.com/2014/09/26/inspiring-high-crimes-and-meta-data/

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  • Ruth Bahar
    January 28, 2017, 6:22 pm

    What criteria did you use in selecting those ten Holocaust books for January 27?

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