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About meA graduate of GSLIS at the University of Illinois, I'm the librarian in an elementary school in Illinois. I rarely read books for adults anymore!

Pigeonlover comes from my (small) obsession with any and all picture books by Mo Willems. You're never too old for a picture book.

About my libraryI love to keep track of the books I've read so I can remember all the nitty-gritty details later on.



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