Thursday, April 16, 2015

National Librarian Day celebrates and honors librarians. They are among the most knowledgeable people you know. When you visit your cavernous library in search of a particular book, or a specific research topic, they always quickly point you in the right direction. And, they do so with a smile.

Experts of the Dewey Decimal System, your Librarian aids and assists you in identifying and retrieving  a myriad of books, periodicals, and  reference material.  Librarians hold a wealth of knowledge in their heads. Got a subject you are researching? Chances are, the Librarian will point you right to the book you need.
Celebrate the day by sending a card to your librarian. Visit the library today, and make certain to say hello and "Thank you" to all of the librarians.

I have lots of friends who have their library degree -some use it or their work, some have never used as intended and some are retired.   My part time job in college was in the library.  I loved that job!  Especially my senior year when I got to work in the research area.  I learned so much!  I often thought about getting a masters in library science but never did - followed the accounting track instead.  


Dani - tkdchick said...

Yay! Thanks for pointing this out!!!

lynda said...

From a librarian...thank you for your kind words!