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Just curious - how many of you actually READ, during the day, in the

This is my first year in the library and I never have time to read while at
school. I TRY to read a book every evening. Well, last night I started Sid
Fleischman's The Entertainer and the Dybbuk but didn't finish it. I was
dying to now how it ended. It was a quiet period so I decided to finish it
up before I processed it. (we're talking 20 pages here.)

Well you would have thought, I was lying down taking a nap. Everybody that
walked by my door (my desk is right by the door ) made a comment. "I'm going
to give you a job." "If you've got time to read, I've got something for you
to do." Etc. Next time, I'm going to go hide behind the stacks to read!

I just find it interesting that people are surprised to see a librarian
reading. I guess it just goes along with the fact that many people really
just have no idea what it is that we do all day. 


Tere Hager

Secondary Librarian

Brentwood Christian School

11908 N. Lamar Blvd.

Austin, Tx 78753

512-835-5983 X 27 


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