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From: Remember Utsukushi
A Day in the Life of a Librarian
by Liza N. Burby (Author), Ethan Zindler (Illustrator)
Series: The Kids' Career Library
Library Binding: 24 pages
Publisher: Powerkids Pr (August 1999)
Describes a typical work day for a public librarian as he answers reference questions, repairs microfilm readers, weeds the collections, and finds videos for patrons.
The author describes a day in the life of James Olney, a librarian, who helps readers find the book they want plus many other surprising duties.
James Olney works in a library. He is an information specialist (IN-fer-MAY-shun SPESH-uh-list), or librarian. This means his specialty is helping patrons (PAY-trinz) find answers to their questions. He began working at his library when he was only fourteen years old. He was a page (PAYJ), or a librarian's helper. He loved working in the library so much that he went to college to earn a degree (duh-GREE) in library science. He says there was never anything else he wanted to be. Now when he comes to work each day, the pages help him.
James spends some time each day at the reference (REF-er-ens) desk answering the phone. Children and adults call the library with all kinds of questions. One girl wants to find an answer for a school project. James will help her find the answer. James works like a detective (dih-TEK-tiv). Both librarians and detectives research (REE-serch) information in books and magazines or on computers. "Librarians don't have to know the answer," says James. "We just have to know how to help people find it."