Saturday, September 01, 2007

What Would Dewey Do?

by Bill Barnes & Gene Ambaum

The family has complicated my free time, borrowing all sorts of books from the library that I want to read as well. My wife brought home the latest volume of The Complete Peanuts, while my daughter reserved all five collections of Unshelved. This is the second collection, covering such important issues as a haiku-only poetry slam, a dilemma over the confidentiality of patron library records and the uses of surplus bean bag chairs. No home should be without such literature! I'll have to get a copy for my own shelf.
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