Why Couldn't MY Librarian Do This?!

I remember sitting criss-cross applesauce on the carpet at Seely Place elementary school library. I remember looking up at Mrs. Lee, being fascinated by the Dewey Decimal System. I thought she was brilliant to know all that stuff. An aside: when my first book was published, and I got assigned a number by the Library of Congress,  I thought I would plotz. Anyway, Mrs. Lee was awesome but she couldn’t do what elementary school librarian and 100 Scope Notes blogger Travis Jonker did on his blog today:

Okay, he does have the advantage of being born when the internet was invented, so Mrs. Lee, you were still an awesome librarian.  Thanks, once again, 100 Scope Notes, for a great link.

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  • Scope Notes
    May 7, 2010 - 6:18 am · Reply

    Thanks for posting the video! I'm hoping folks will give Nontraditional Nonfiction Monday a shot. Any seeming competence is due completely to how easy the camera and computer I was using made the process. I'm guessing a monkey wearing suspenders could have done better than I.

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