“Librarians are tour-guides for all of knowledge.”
Here’s your pro-tip from an English Major for the day:
If you’re confused about the correct place to put the word “whom” in a sentence, use the “he/she” vs “him/her” test.
he/she = who
him/her = whom
For example, if you’re saying “Who wrote this letter?”
Who is correct here because he/she wrote the letter.
Now if you’re saying “To whom do I give this letter?”
You are giving the letter to him/her, thus, whom is correct.
hang on, wait a second
laughing hyterically as my stupid body is flung into the sun
I … um …
dawwwwwww he/she thinks they’re people
This is so cute omgBut what if its a cat that used to be human but it was turned into a cat by a curse or spell or something
go to bed
McGonagall after a hard day of dealing with magical youngins
Our women’s Library Stamp shirt is sold out!
The good news is that we will be reprinting and it’s expected to be back in stock the week of 4/21!
In the meantime, be sure to check out the rest of our Library Collection here: http://goo.gl/9DlnaD
And don’t forget, we are donating a portion of sales this week to help a Queens-based public school get a fully functional library!