#FDL: Five Questions

Welcome to #FDL’s feature column, Five Questions, where we ask library staff and other East Peoria residents roughly the same five questions. For our next Five Questions column, we’re interviewing Kris Tyler, one of FDL’s youth services specialists and library craft queen.

1. Who are you?

My name is Kris. I’m a Youth Services Specialist in the Children’s Department, and I love it!  In my spare time I like to crochet, however, I can only make afghans. My family stays pretty warm in the winter. I also like to read, play Sudoku, and I collect used books.

2. What is your favorite part of working at FDL?

I really like the people that I work with here. I like helping kids find just the right book that they want to read. I love planning programs in the Children’s Department.

3. What are you reading/watching/listening to right now?

Right now I’m reading Economics in Wonderland by Robert Reich, Oh, Fudge by Nancy Coco and Junk Drawer Physics by Bobby Mercer. I am listening to Girls Who Code by Reshma Saujani and watching reruns of Perry Mason.

4. If you didn’t already have your dream job, what would you be doing?

I would like to be a LEGO Product Designer.

5. If you were a pirate, what would you name your boat?

The Arrrg-a-naut.

Interviewed by: Carey Gibbons, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.


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