We are posting daily "Meet the Librarian" profiles to celebrate National Library Week. Along with information about his or her job duties, we also thought it would be fun to ask some offbeat questions so readers could get to know each librarian's personality.
Here is our profile of Eloise Hitchcock, Library Director.
Eloise has worked at the Vise Library since August 2007. Her interests include promoting library use and teaching students how to locate and evaluate information.
A few questions for Eloise:
If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would do?
What grown-up job did you want to have when you were a child?
If you were a criminal master mind, what would be your criminal racket?
In what way are you superstitious?
Luck is an attitude
What word do you have trouble saying?
What was the last book you read?
Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks
What is your favorite way to spend a Saturday?
At the Lake
What book can you read over and over again?
Harry Potter series
What is the thing you like best about your work?
Access to information
What do you do when you cannot sleep?
What are you grateful for today?
What are the perks of your job?
Thanks Eloise! Join us tomorrow for a profile of Reference and Instruction Librarian, Amber McKee.