November 18, 2017

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Holly Storck-Post is a youth services librarian at the Madison (WI) Public Library. She loves bilingual storytime, art/maker/STEAM programming, and reading teen books. She is a joint chief for Storytime Underground, part of the administrative team of the Library as Incubator Project, and a founding member of WisCode Literati. Holly blogs about her adventures at adventuresofachildrenslibrarian.com, and you can find her on Twitter at @hollystorckpost.

Holly Storck-Post

About Holly Storck-Post

Holly Storck-Post is a youth services librarian at the Madison (WI) Public Library. She loves bilingual storytime, art/maker/STEAM programming, and reading teen books. She is a joint chief for Storytime Underground, part of the administrative team of the Library as Incubator Project, and a founding member of WisCode Literati. Holly blogs about her adventures at adventuresofachildrenslibrarian.com, and you can find her on Twitter at @hollystorckpost.

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