You can tell your kid will grow up to be a librarian when...her Christmas list is alphabetized, annotated, and unabridged...or when he uses his blocks to spell M*I*C*R*O*F*I*C*H*E. Those are just two of the telltale signs noted by cartoonist Richard Lee in this offbeat, humorous look at the library profession. Lee's cartoons also illustrate the dos and don'ts of ALA committee participation (do yawn a lot, don't volunteer), the ins and outs of library school, how everyone knows your parents are librarians and other bits of librarianship minutiae.
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Richard Lee, a resident of Pueblo, Colorado, is the Director of Public Services for the Pueblo Library District.Review:
"Lee has a good sense of humor and has cleverly drawn dozens of cartoons about our profession" -- Booklist/RBB
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Book Description Mcfarland & Co Inc Pub, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110899507433