A new children’s librarian has been added to the staff at the Livingston County Library. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott talk with Children’s Librarian Candy Warren:
Warren has 7 years of experience in elementary education, and she said her dream job has always been to be a librarian.
Press Release from the Livingston County Library
August 7, 2013
The Board of Directors of the Livingston County Library announced that Candy Warren has been hired as Children’s Librarian. Mrs. Warren is taking over the position from Judith Shoot who retired July 31, after 33 years with the Livingston County Library.
“We are so pleased to welcome Candy to the Library,” stated Library Director Robin Westphal.
“Her years of experience with young readers and her commitment to early childhood literacy will continue to build on our mission and goals,” Westphal continued.
Warren has 7 years’ experience in the classroom at both the 1st and 5th grade level and is herself an avid reader of children’s literature.
Warren graduated from the Tina-Avalon RII school district and has lived in the area her entire life. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Early Childhood Education. She and her husband, Mark, also a lifelong resident, have two children, Zoey, 6 and Alex, 1.
“I am so excited to be a part of the Livingston County Library family. The library of my youth holds such a special spot in my heart. I became a reader there and went on many adventures between the pages of their books. I am honored to offer that same opportunity to our community’s youth,” remarked Warren.
You can meet Candy in the Children’s Library or can reach her via phone at 646-0563.