After two months of sitting there empty, I've been told that the shelves occupying what will be our new teen zone will FINALLY by removed tomorrow. Huzzah!!!
I'm especially happy because that means the bar unit in the old teen zone will be moved, and the face of it contains shelving which will allow us to spread out our French picture book section, which has been crammed ridiculously tightly for about a year.
On the (minorly) down side, we've recently received an e-mail telling us to shelve non-fiction letters first, then cutter, as in:
After having shelved NF the other way, cutter before number, for about seven years, this is proving hard to get used to. We're far too busy to shelf-read the entire library right now, but we've been asked to correct the teensy section we shelve a book in as we go, to make it easier for future shelf-readers.
How is it in other libraries?