The Secret Life Of Librarians

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(I am working at the public library one Saturday, when I overheard the following conversation between a little girl and her mom:)

Girl: “Where are the beds?”

Mom: *confused* “Beds? I don’t think there are any beds here, honey. Why, would you like to have a sleepover at the library?”

Girl: *pointing to the librarians* “No… but where do THEY sleep?”

(I had a hard time not bursting out laughing.)

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