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I had several wonderful encounters at the Free Library of Philadelphia, where I asked different librarians obscure questions. If they did not know the precise answers already, they knew exactly where to look and had immediate answers for me. I entered the field aspiring to do the same—to have magical librarian moments. It is always fun to know an exact item from our collection that fulfills a patron’s vague request or to rely on my photographic memory to instantaneously spot a CD in stacks and stacks of unsorted ones waiting to be reshelved.
Programs for preschoolers and school-aged children include almost anything from educational homework help to “mad science” demonstrations to booktalking particular titles to reading aloud under a Christmas tree while dressed up as a reindeer. This is an area of immense creative satisfaction with almost endless possibilities! My programming responsibilities for one day might include planning, promoting, and delivering a program; helping other staff members prepare programs; and working with a team to implement a series of programs that will occur across the city.
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