Most people think of libraries as solemn places filled with dusty books and even dustier people. This memoir of a career librarian explodes that misconception. Recounting his years behind the reference desk with an emphasis on the strange behaviour of patrons, the author shows that public libraries are anything but staid and quiet.
I've Seen It All at the Library
McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers
The View from Behind the Desk
Education & Reference