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About Me

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I currently work in Northern Illinois as a Youth Services Librarian. I host programs for babies and toddlers, primarily. I look forward to connecting with other youth librarians and sharing ideas and experiences. All the opinions expressed on this blog are mine and mine alone and do not reflect the opinion of my employer.

Interested in…

Book reviews? Check out my Goodreads selection

Pictures? The lovely Pinterest

Short ramblings? I’ve gots a Twitter, too

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4 responses to “About Me

  1. Netta J says:

    Kelsey! I’m very excited you’ve joined the technological world, haha. I look forward to reading of your endeavors.

  2. Jennifer Preisser Childrens Librarain Greece Public Library says:

    Kelsey I have a large Baby story time group at my library, and enjoyed doing several Baby Art programs this summer! All programs were very well attended and they loved it. We did Sensory bottles, DIY touch and feel books (made out of felt), and of course Footprint art inspired by you. Thank you for your awesome ideas and inspiration!! I already have plans for several Baby Art programs next summer.

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