Friday, September 20, 2013

Case Study No. 1001: The Librarian (LEGO Collectible Minifigures)

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Added: 4 months ago
From: Coby Creator
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[video opens with the camera zoomed in on the female "Librarian" character (brown hair, glasses, red lipstick, red sweater, brown skirt) from the Lego Minifigures line]
COBY: [from off camera] Welcome to a Series Ten review on the Coby Creator show. This time, it is the Librarian, and the librarian has a mug which says "Shhh!"
[the reviewer reaches in from off camera and turns the figure to show the white mug in its hand]
COBY: [from off camera] Because she is in the library! And she is reading a book called "Oranges and Peaches" ...
[the reviewer reaches in from off camera and snaps the large brown book accessory open]
COBY: [from off camera] And the book opens, like the laptop that we got in Series Seven.
[the reviewer closes the book and turns the figure back towards the camera]
COBY: [from off camera] And that ... them legs are cheerleader legs, that we have got, but they're just a different color. This one is Number One, Series Ten, Collectible Minifigures. I hope you enjoyed, bye!




Books are just about the Librarian's most favorite thing in the entire world. Reading them can take you on exciting adventures in far-off lands, introduce you to new friends and cultures, and let you discover poetry, classic literature, science fiction and much more. If only everybody loved to read as much as she does, the world would be a better place ... and quieter, too!

The Librarian feels that it's extremely important to treat a book with the proper respect. You should always use a bookmark instead of folding down the corner of the page. Take good care of the dust jacket, and don't scribble in the margins. And above all else, never – ever – return it to the library late!

Strength - ***
Creativity - ****
Speed - **



LEGO Collectible Minifigures 10 Librarian – with a coffee-mug and a book titled Oranges and Peaches. A Google search reveals that the book's title refers to a story about communication skills. A patron at a library comes to the reference desk and asks for a book called "Oranges and Peaches". The librarian has never heard of the book before, but does a quick search in the catalog. Nothing. A quick search on Amazon offers some possibilities, but, no. Nothing. Rather than send the patron away the librarian probes the patron for more information about the book: "Can you tell me what the book is about?" The patron says they have no idea. The librarian then asks how did they hear about the book. The patron says it was assigned by their professor for class. The librarian then asks: "Which class are you taking?" The patron says Biology. The librarian finally asks: "Could it be Darwin's Origin of Species?"

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