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Unsolicited advice : observations of a public librarian

by William Manley

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Will Manley is awesome! This is actually the fourth book I have ready by him and I think I am in love. Manley, a library administrator/commentator uses this book to comment on the issues and situations that arise in the library work world. It is formatted like a series of Dear Will letters, asking for Mr. Manley's advice on a variety of issues from un-culinary coworkers to creative interview questions. This series is humorous in its authenticity and I recommend it to anyone (not just us lowly library workers!) ( )
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What is the meaning of life and librarianship? This book attempts to address the 99 percent of our professional lives that is ridiculous. If the 1 percent sublime leaks forth, well, no one's perfect!

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