What’s the Buzz: Keebee in Toronto

Keebee will be attending the Ontario Library Association’s Super Conference Expo again this year. We’ll be at the Expo Thursday, January 30th, and Friday, January 31st at booth #129. The Super Conference will be hosted in Toronto, Ontario, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. 

The OLA show is one of our favorites. The show buzzes with old friends meeting, catching up, and exploring together. Speaking with librarians always inspires us and it’s a delight to have the opportunity to participate in the Expo.

We’re looking forward to showing off some brand new products that were designed with libraries in mind. Stop by and check us out! #OLASC14

And now with librarians, and of course ‘play’, in mind, a joke:

A librarian is working away at her desk when she notices that a chicken has come in to the library and is patiently waiting in front of her desk. When the chicken sees that it has the librarian’s attention, it squawks, “Book, book, book, BOOK!”

The librarian complies, putting a couple of books down in front of the chicken. The chicken quickly grabs them and disappears. The next day, the librarian is again disturbed by the same chicken, who puts the previous day’s pile of books down on the desk and again squawks, “Book, book, book, BOOK!”

The librarian shakes her head, wondering what the chicken is doing with these books, but eventually finds some more books for the chicken. The chicken disappears.

The next day, the librarian is once again disturbed by the chicken, who squawks (in a rather irritated fashion, it seems), “Book, book, book, BOOK!”

By now, the librarian’s curiosity has gotten the better of her, so she gets a pile of books for the chicken, and follows the bird when it leaves the library. She follows it through the parking lot, down the street for several blocks and finally into a large park. The chicken disappears into a small grove of trees, and the librarian follows. On the other side of the trees is a small marsh. The chicken has stopped on the side of the marsh.

The librarian, now really curious, hurries over and sees that there is a small frog next to the chicken, examining each book, one at a time. The librarian comes within earshot just in time to hear the frog saying, “Read it, read it, read it…”

Until next time,

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