Molly Clark is a school librarian whose primary goal in life is to smash the librarian stereotype. Regrettably she had to succumb to bifocals last year but remains determined to avoid all other stereotypical characteristics. She had her first leadership experience in the US Air Force back when the Soviet Union was still a thing. She left the military to become a teacher- librarian, where her drill instructor voice occasionally comes in handy. The best part of her job is watching her students grow from non-reading kindergarteners to sixth graders who can teach her a thing or two. The kids will tell you that her most annoying habit is asking “Why?” or “How do you know?” and that she refuses to tell them the answers to anything.
The name of her blog comes from her very first library job. She was a page at Corning Public Library while in high school.
When not in school she can often be seen walking her beagle, Bella, around town or training for some race or another.