A young public librarian's account of dealing with the public, navigating important library issues, and not just reading all day.

As a general rule, librarians are a kick in the pants socially, often full of good humor, progressive, and naturally, well read. They tend to be generalists who know so much about so many things that they are quite the opposite of the boring old poops they have been made out to be. Most of them are full of life, some even full of the devil.

—Bill Hall, editorial page editor, Lewiston (Idaho) Tribune, Sept. 9, 2001.

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