Librarian's Night Before Christmas

Today’s post is for my blog friends who also work in libraries.   Twas’ the night before Christmas and an over-worked, under-budgeted librarian is working late into the night to mend her battered and limited collection when a bright red bookmobile descends from the sky and a portly gentleman in red and his Pages elves deliver loads of new books and other goodies.   Loaded with library terms and literary references this unique take off on Clement C. Moore’s famous poem,  Librarian’s Night Before Christmas is a brand new book and was received in our branch for the first time today.    And our head Youth Services Librarian clipped a note to it asking all branch staff to read the book and initial it.  (No way that one was going home with a patron tonight 😉   We all loved it and if you work in a library or wish you did, this one is Highly Recommended.

Tomorrow:  Clement C. Moore’s The Night Before Christmas

Monday:  Charles Dickens’  A Christmas Carol