1. See it’s the librarian who sees the kids on a regular basis and gets to know a little about the kid and can really point the child in the right direction, because a librarian is always trying to serve the needs of the reader. So that element of curation that is so important to us.

    — LeVar Burton, “Flying Twice as High: Reading Rainbow 2.0” (via schoollibraryjournal)

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