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1. Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity (Hardcover)
    Author: Mo Willems
    Illustrator: Mo Willems
    Publisher: Hyperion
Ages 4-8 3/19/2008
sharon said: I have read all of Mo Willems book and had the opportunity to meet him at a library conference. I love his books. I believe Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the bus was his best.
tags: I recommend
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Comment by Marcie Cooper on 11/5/2011 at 8:08 PM:
Hi Sharon, I’d like to invite you to visit my website http://marciecooper.tateauthor.com. My children’s book “Meet the Teens” helps teach kids the teen numbers and might be something you’d like to add to your library.
Comment by T. William Phillips on 9/4/2010 at 5:21 PM:
Welcome to JacketFlap. Hope you enjoy browsing the books. I live in Tomball

Comment by Deborah Sloan on 8/11/2008 at 1:24 PM:
As a librarian, I thought you might want to know about the debut (last Monday) of The Picnic Basket where library and school professionals taste new and forthcoming children's books with first-come, first-serve sample copies of books for kids of all ages. We send free books. You tell us what you t... more
Comment by Deb Lund on 7/2/2008 at 11:28 AM:
As a past librarian, I'm a fan of yours for all you do for kids -- everywhere!
Monster kisses and dinohugs...
Comment by Joseph Carlson on 3/24/2008 at 10:53 PM:
One other thing I need to mention: If you work overseas, you will be allowed to either live on base or be paid to live 'on the economy.' In the US, you're on your own. It really is a great job, Sharon. I've worked in regular public libraries and they do tend to attract a different clientele than ... more
Comment by Joseph Carlson on 3/24/2008 at 7:36 PM:
Most definitely, Sharon! Both the Army and the Air Force are looking for librarians with experience working with the public, not locked away in some research lab. By the way, the Navy and Marines are not big on libraries. I'm sure that in Houston, you and your supervisors face bureaucratic B.S. f... more
Comment by Joseph Carlson on 3/24/2008 at 1:56 AM:
Sharon: You've gone to the right place to apply for a job. As far as the type of work, if you are assigned to a 'base' (Air Force) or 'post' (Army) library, it's exactly the same as a public library ---kids, students, adults, retirees. Our main difference is that we have to support every segment:... more
Comment by Joseph Carlson on 3/23/2008 at 3:23 AM:
Sharon: I never served in the military due to a bad knee, but in 1969 I received a call from the Army asking if I was interested in working as a civilian librarian in Vietnam. Since this was obviously during the war, my wife is not too thrilled about it, but I guess I had two reasons for accepting... more
Comment by Eric Hammond on 3/12/2008 at 8:00 PM:
Hello, Sharon.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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