When I Grow Up By Charley Marsland

Librarians usually work Libraries and Schools.

They work in libraries helping kids and students do their work and study for stuff.

  • reading work related information
  • listening to others
  • not interrupting
  • asking good questions
  • nice/polite
  • helpful
  • cooperation
  • Concerns of others

Master's degree or Bachelor's degree is sometimes needed in this job.

I will learn to be a librarian by reading more than 20 large books and learning the dewey decimal system, I will be a librarian by age 34.5 years of age.

Boston public library

I will go to college and get a masters degree in being a librarian by the age 35 years of age.

I will go to college and get a bachelor's degree in being a librarian by the age 35 year of age.

I will go to college and learn to be a librarian by reading more than 20 books in a year and learning the dewey decimal system, I will be a librarian by age 34.5 years of age.

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