Hello, my name is Michelle. I’m so happy you stopped by my blog! The purpose of this blog is so that I can share resources with you as my readers, who are most likely other bibliophiles and librarians. I hope you can use the information I provide on this website! I started this blog in 2014, while I was still in library school, but have since revamped the entire thing by adding more content and giving it a face lift. So, please, take a look around, and enjoy! Feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or clicking on the Contact page.
I have a B.A. in Spanish from Iona College and received my Master’s in Library Science from Pratt Institute in 2015.
I currently work in a public library. I consider myself a youth services librarian. I say youth services because children’s and teens are part of the same department. I do storytime for toddlers and bilingual storytime for all ages each week. I also work at the children’s and teen reference desks. I work at the adult reference desk as well for a few hours a week so that I can help our adult patrons; especially the ones that speak Spanish.
Why I became a librarian:
There are so many reasons I became a librarian: my lifelong love of reading, my love for the written word (in any language!) as well as the fact that I enjoy sharing knowledge and helping people in general.
My E-Portfolio from my time at Pratt Institute
What I review:
I currently review for School Library Journal and Netgalley. If you are interested in sending me ARCs in exchange for an honest review, please contact me @ email@example.com. My favorite genres are (middle grade, YA and adult) romance, mystery, biography/memoir, humor, contemporary, thriller and crime.