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Song by RED: “Die For You”

Song by RED: “Die For You”

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at Rocketown w/ Demon Hunter in Nashville (8/22)

Live in Concert: RED at The Door w/ Demon Hunter in Dallas (8/15)

Live in Concert: RED at The Door w/ Demon Hunter in Dallas (8/15)

You, For You and You and

jodimeadows:

iworkatapubliclibrary:

I was in the stacks helping a young girl find a particular series of books.

Me [handing her a book]: “If you like that series, you might like this one.”

Girl [frowning]: “My friend says that series is for boys.”

Me: “You wanna know a secret? They’re for everybody. You can read whatever the heck you want.”

Girl [grins and takes book]

Books are for everybody! 

firstdayoftheirforever:

This is the most adorable thing and should have been in the 50th!!!

firstdayoftheirforever:

This is the most adorable thing and should have been in the 50th!!!

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"Even though I work at the children’s desk, we get a lot of adult traffic as well. Some of these adults are parents, others are adults who don’t realize they are at the children’s desk, and others who wander over to us because of our proximity to the photocopier. I never turn adults away when they ask me a question. I will find books or resources for them, help them make photocopies, answer questions about computer classes, and walk them to the appropriate collection area if needed, the same as I would do for any child. My title is Children’s Librarian. Anything a librarian can do, I can do. Answering a reference question, regardless of the age of the asker, is something I should be able to do. I might not be as passionate about some of the reader’s advisory questions I get from adults, but I should know enough to do a RA interview, and I should have a working knowledge of major trends in adult literature. I believe that in a public library, this should be standard. You should be prepared and equipped to serve the public at any and all times, regardless of age, ethnicity, or ability. If someone’s needs absolutely require someone else in another department, please walk the person over, make contact with your colleague, explain the situation, and make sure everything is ready to go before you leave. There’s nothing worse than being passed from person to person and department to department without any continuity or follow through."

The Whole Library Approach | Hi Miss Julie! (via himissjulie)

Yet another example of buffing out the seams.

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Still one of my favorite things I’ve written, and my eternal librarian philosophy. 

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