I thought and dreamed about what my last King School Library blog post would look like, but honestly, nothing seemed to jump out at me. I already sent out the Biennial Report, which I'm enormously proud of, and I've thanked our library helpers with a flashy little infographic. Now what?

Well, I'll tell you that although I'm leaving King School, I am certainly not leaving the library world, and I'll never stop being a reader. No matter where I go or what I do, getting lost in stories and learning new things will always be a part of me. Here are some of my favorite books I've read these past couple years:

Keep reading this summer!

Love and hugs,

Thank you, Library Helpers!

Last week, I presented you with our Library Biennial Report, and this week, I must highlight the most excellent work of our Library Helpers.

As a solo librarian without an assistant, the day-to-day clerical duties of shelving, repairing, and processing books would be impossible to keep up with without the fabulous work from our Library Helpers.

Here's an infographic devoted to those lovely people - you know who you are. :) (Click the image to view a larger version.)


Library News & Statistics

So, I've been working hard on putting together a report of what I've accomplished these two years at the King School Library. I could have gone on and on about all of my wonderful experiences & projects, but then I thought, "Who's actually going to read all of that?" Instead, I've highlighted the main points, and if you've been here at all, you'll know all the extra special and non-quantifiable things I do too. :)

Anyhow, here for your viewing pleasure is the King School Library Biennial Report! Enjoy & let me know what you think!

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