Today is my last day as a Jersey Shore librarian.
It's been a great time, but I'm headed South for a warmer clime.
"They all drove to the Capitol for the traditional outdoor inauguration ceremony. Johnson watched Nixon take the oath of office, wondering what lay ahead. "I reflected on how inadequate any man is for the office of the American Presidency," he later recalled. "The magnitude of the job dwarfs every man who aspires to it.""
"He had often heard antiwar protesters shouting that Americans were fighting on the wrong side of the Vietnam War. They were missing the point. "It wasn't that we were on the wrong side," Ellsberg concluded, "We were the wrong side.""
"Psychologically, it's not so bothersome, because we believe in what we're doing," Patricia Ellsberg said about the feeling of being watched by one's own government. "But I think it's troublesome for the country that there is surveillance of citizens, and that the right of privacy is being threatened."
**Winner of the 2016 Newbery Medal**A 2016 Caldecott Honor Book**A 2016 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor BookA New York Times BestsellerFour Starred ReviewsFinalist for the 2014 E.B. White Read-aloud Book AwardA Junior Library Guild Selection