Hello, hello! Jill and Liz from KDL’s Stump the Librarian podcast are swinging in to answer your big questions. In this episode, we find out big cats rule to our two librarians! Jill digs deep underground to discover whether worms have tongues. What’s your guess? Next, Liz quizzes Jill on her opposable thumb knowledge. FYI, you probably wouldn’t want to challenge an orangutan to a thumb war, but you’d likely win against a squirrel. Finally, Liz recommends a historical fiction novel about baseball and peach picking. She’s dreaming of summer weather. As always, there’s lots of laughs and facts galore on Stump the Librarian!
Join our librarians every other Wednesday as they try to answer your inquisitive questions and see if it’s possible to stump a librarian! Do you have a burning question? They would love to hear what questions are on your mind! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast via stumpthelibrarian.podbean.com/ or wherever you prefer to listen, so you never miss an episode.
As always, we invite you to learn more about any of these topics by checking out our databases or our library catalog. Just go to kdl.org/online-resources/ to find the best database for more information on the answer to your question. And don’t forget the books! Our catalog is full of amazing books that are filled with fascinating information. Just visit kdl.bibliocommons.com/ to search for your next great nonfiction (or fiction) read!
Check out the books we referenced in this week’s episode: