I am thrilled to be a part of this community and all the potential it ensues. As a graduate of the Dewey Decimal School of Library Science, I bring a wealthy of informational insights and bibliographic rubrics into the subject access of my position.
Looking foreword, I promise to admonish torn pages, dirty computer keys, broken spines, undue fines, and above all, illiterecy. I remember the words of the famous Eleanor Roosevelt who said, "You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face... You must do the thing you cannot do." Well, that's exactly what I pan to do. Willingly and with confidence, I will sail that ship, which is our beloved library, straight into the broken wind of knowledge. I will go hand in hand with descriptive cataloging, open stacks, DUC, DDC and anything else that will achieve the bookish goals of the wanderlust Dipperville citizens. Not to forget the hierarchical tree structure that has led to so many new tactics.
And now, a special message to the wee ones: You are just the ootzy cutzy sweetie weeties! Auntie LaVerne has some pretty pictures to show you.
Played by Linda Back McKay