Lets forget about all those meanie librarians that we see in movies and (rarely) in our everyday lives; and let us focus on those God sent angel librarians who look after us book lovers by chatting to us, recommending us new books to read, and best of all giving us free books.
This is just a small appreciation post for all the librarians out there who help us with pretty much everything; from something as small as finding the right book that suits your current mood, to the most difficult school projects that even they can’t decipher but they help anyways, because they are angels.
And even though they may tell us off and be a little bit grouchy, we must understand that they try their best to keep the library as pristine as their homes, and the people that disrespect that only make the job harder.
So just a big thank you to all of them. Every librarian, but especially the one that helped me with my project throughout years 9 and 10; and the woman who pointed me towards the fantasy section and told me to ‘take my pick’; but especially the person whos face lit up like Christmas when I pulled tens of books from my shopping bag when I was younger, and I proclaimed proudly that I had read them all! The praise has lead me to continue reading and mirror the joy I see in the faces of librarians; because reading can do amazing things for everyone and I am living proof.
Thank your favourite librarian down in the comments and tell me how they/ or just reading in general changed you.
Stay Happy, Healthy, and have a Lovely Week!!
Thank You so much for reading and I hope to see you all back here Saturday with a Book Tag 🙂
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Welcome back Bookaholics!
I still cannot believe that Christmas is tomorrow! This year has been a rollercoaster for me, not just in school but aslo in trying to keep my blog up and running; but I can proudly come to the end of the year and say that I have accomplished much much more than I ever expected.
So I was watching YouTube one day – as one does to avoid doing anything productive – and I stumbled upon a video Kat from Katytastic made a while back about Popular books she hadn’t read, it was a funny coincidence because I was just thinking the same thing before I click onto the video. I watched it and nodded along with some of the books she had mentioned and felt what some would call ‘shame’.
I have now learnt that I am not alone in having not read many unpopular books, and other people have this problem as well, so don’t judge me when I say I haven’t read the following series;
Continue reading “Popular Books To Read In The New Year”
Time to show some much-needed love to those books which have been beaten and bruised, battered and used.
Here is my worn out book. It’s titled; ‘The Treasury of Knowledge’ and belonged to my father before I found it and put it in a place where it will be kept safe and unharmed.
This book and has been worn and taped up on the spine so that the hard cover and the pages are not aligned and the old tape makes up most of the spine.
It is the oldest book I own and the only book in this condition. I was quite shocked when dad showed it to me in this condition to use for a school project but I’m glad I haveit.
May you all look after all your books and tear them with the love they deserve (especially your hardbacks).
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