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Pic of the Week: Happy Holidays!

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Photo by Shawn Miller.

The Library of Congress honored Christmas and Hanukkah on December 13 with a program in the Great Hall of the Jefferson Building. Here, Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, who started her career as a children’s librarian, reads “The Night Before Christmas” to children of Library staff and the public.

Comments (3)

  1. Once a Children’s Librarian, always a Children’s Librarian, even when you ARE the Librarian of Congress. Best job in the world: Reading to Kids!

  2. I wonder how long before the liberals shut this part of our society down?
    I say good on the librarian and keep it up!

  3. soo proude to be a librarian am so glad too that library in USA play so important role in society wish it be the same here in egypt .happy new year for all

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