You know you’re a children’s librarian when …
…you clean out your office desk for the final time and your personal possessions consist of a teddy bear, a tambourine, frog and duck finger puppets, a ukulele, a storytime bell, and similar treasures. 🙂
What’s your most curious programming possession?
(Next month: thoughts on moving to a new library!)
Toilet seat! I’ve used it for a Diary of a Wimpy Kid party where we tried a cell phone (from the $1 store) toss game. But wait, that isn’t the only book connection I found it useful for. During a Book Club for Kids session for Ready, Freddy: Save the Earth, we had a similar activity but tried to toss the tooth brush into the toilet.
😀 Ha! Ha! That’s beats the plunger that I had for my Captain Underpants relay race! Oooh, you’ve just got to try re-purposing it as The Turbo Toilet 2000 from Captain Underpants.
I believe underpants and a plunger could also be included on the list.
Rubber rats. I use them when we do our science club: sink or float activities, which I incorporate as much as possible. The rats also have a way of wandering around the library to various staff members’ desks.
I wouldn’t like to find a rat on my desk! =:0