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  • Wet

    Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these birds from the swift completion of their appointed librarian duties.

  • Book Drop

    “Oh! When you said ‘Put them in the book drop,’ this wasn’t what you meant?”

  • Just breathe

    “Welcome to library yoga. Today we will focus on our inner bird. This is Dove pose. If this is too difficult just take a break, eat some bird seed, and breathe. Namaste.”

  • “Yes! We returned our library book on time, accessed the online catalog, used the Dewey Decimal System, and checked out a new book we can start reading tonight!
    Gimme five, we did it!”

  • Challenging

    “I finished my summer reading challenge 2 months early! I crushed it!”

  • Scaredy Cats

    “Ok kids, gather round, today we are having scary story time.”
    “Oooo, I hope it’s a really scary one.”
    “Today’s story is called The Cat in the Hat!”
    “Ahhh! That’s too scary!”

  • Well-Rounded

    Miss Dove enjoys reading books from many different genres. She is well-rounded.

  • Duck!

    “And it was coming straight for our heads, so I yelled ‘Duck!’ But it wasn’t, it was a Nuthatch. How embarrassing, a Nuthatch.”

  • Read All About It

    “Extra! Extra! Read all about it at your local library!”

  • Dementor

    “Listen to this part
    ‘An intense cold swept over them all. Harry felt his own breath catch in his chest. The cold went deeper than his skin. It was inside his chest, it was inside his very heart….’
    Dementors are creepy!”

  • All the books!

    “Attention library patrons, please be aware that I am going to read all the books!
    All the books!”

  • Library Card

    “Just a second, I have it here somewhere. I know I put it in here. Where is that library card? Oh here it is, nope, that’s my parking ticket. Do you validate? Can I use this prescription card? It has my name on it.”

  • Cheerreaders

    “Give me an R! Give me an E! Give me an A! Give me a D! What does that spell?

  • Baby Boom

    “You kids better settle down back there! Don’t make me turn this library around!”

  • Bird Alert!

    Rare Bird Alert! We had a visit from the elusive and mysterious Cardove today.

  • Birdy Bunch

    “‘Til the one day when the lady met this fellow
    And they knew that it was much more than a hunch
    That this group must somehow form a family
    That’s the way we all became the Birdy Bunch.”

  • Dirty Bird

    “Excuse me, there is a Robin, over there on the computer, that is looking at dirty pictures.”
    “How dirty are they?”
    “I just know that I saw mud and worms and I just couldn’t look anymore. They were very dirty.”

  • The Little Birdy That Could

    “I think I can. I think I can. I think I can. I know I can!”
    – Watty Piper, “Little Engine That Could”

  • Nuts.

    I thought about being a teacher but I’d have to say “Good morning, my name is Ms. White Breasted Nuthatch.” and I think we all know how that would go.

  • Rockin’

    Mrs. Mohawk thinks libraries are totally punk rock!