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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Librarian Smash

Here is a picture drawn yesterday by a kid at the library. We made a mural during Arts & Crafts class, and the kid wanted to practice his "Incredible Hulk" skills on a piece of scrap paper before putting it on the mural. (Incidentally, the drawing is a good representation of how my mood has been for the past few weeks. Is summer over yet??)

There was no time to draw the body. Not so incredible now, are ya, Hulk?

On a happier note, here is a picture of the completed mural. My coworker created the "We Love Our Library" caption and the kids drew in book/cartoon characters and whatever else they felt like.

As you can see, there was a lot of artistic talent displayed. There was also a heated discussion about crayons. "Crayons are epic." "No, crayons are horrible." "Crayons are weak." Who knew the topic of crayons could stir such passionate debate between kids?

Can't we all just get along?

Although I liked the entire mural (I have to say that, right?) my favorite part was "We give kids books for learn" and "We learn things at public library" written by a little girl whose first language is not English. So adorable. And so true!

Arts & Crafts is over for another week. And now, the lonely librarian goes back to the reference desk...


  1. Okay, that was awesome. I now want someone to make a cartoon about the Incredible Disembodied Hulk Head. That would be legend--wait for it--dary.

    *grin* Great post!!! ~Ali

  2. That is an epic mural. I have a not-so-secret love of penguins, so you know what my favorite part was.

  3. Hey, that Hulk drawing represents my mood, too! School needs to start now.