Two weeks ago, I wrote about librarians busting moves to Michael Jackson's "Thriller." In that post, I mentioned the 2008 Book Cart Drill Team Champions, Santa Monica's Well-Stacked Sci-Brarians. Here's seven more videos of librarians who go above and beyond the call of Dewey.
Oak Park Public Library
The Warriors at Oak Park Public Library took first place when competing at the American Library Association conference in 2009 with their routine set to Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries."
Gettysburg College Musselman Library
Gettysburg College Musselman Library's book cart drill team broke into the competition in 2007 with their routine "Gett Down With Your Funky Shelf," which brought home the silver book cart.
Fairbanks Independent School District
Houston's Fairbanks Independent School District sent a team of book divas to the ALA conference in 2006. While they didn't take home any prizes, we respect their commitment to pink feathers and the boisterous musical selections, including Reel 2 Real's "I Like To Move It."
The University of Pittsburgh
In 2005, the University of Pittsburgh's School of Information Science sent their very own Pitt Crew to compete for the gold in Chicago.
Seattle Public Library
For the 2006 competition, the Seattle Public Library Bookaneers choreographed this super-cute three-person routine to the tune of "Mr. Sandman."
Texas Library Association
Decked out in Rosie the Riveter costumes, the delegation from the Texas Library Association took home first place in 2007.
Austin Public Library System
The Bibliofiles out of Austin, Texas, get bonus points for their creative headgear at the Texas Library Association conference.