Librarian welcoming, attentive

Storytime at the Greenwood Public Library and Librarian Judy Foucher draw some appreciative comments.

Judy Foucher

I would like to commend and thank Judy the lovely librarian who gives oversight to the Greenwood Library.

On two occasions I have had the privilege of attending her Wednesday morning story time with my granddaughter. Judy’s selection of books to share, her rhymes, poems, and felt storyboard figures are popular with her little clients.

She always follows up her storybook theme with age appropriate crafts.

She is welcoming, patient and attentive to the needs of the children. Judy is knowledgeable about the library collection and has helped us find books on a variety of subjects.

Thank you Judy for encouraging the young readers who enjoy your library program.

Heather J. Karabelas,

Kelowna

 

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