School Library Journal Review

“Scooter Hayes uses hip-hop as an innovative way to introduce young fans to the library and its services. All but one song are rap/hip-hop tunes; the other is heavy metal. The album begins with “Old Man Intro” in which an elderly man rants about too much noise in the library. Hayes continues with songs about library cards; Melvil Dewey; book drops, reference services, story times, library technology, scanners, and the Dewey Decimal system. “Evil Librarian” has sinister organ music in the background, while “Bookmobile” is infused with a Latin sound. A good resource for school and public libraries.”

– School Library Journal (December, 2012)

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