Hilda K. Weisburg was a school librarian for over 30 years and is now an author, speaker, and adjunct instructor at William Paterson University (NJ). She coauthored 14 books for school librarians (with Ruth Toor), including Being Indispensable: A School Librarian's Guide to Becoming an Invaluable Leader, New on the Job: A School Library Media Specialist's Guide to Success, and School Librarian's Career Planner, which was her first work without Toor. For 35 years she cowrote and edited School Librarian's Workshop, a bimonthly newsletter for K-12 librarians. She has given presentations at ALA, AASL, and state library conferences and given staff development workshops in many locations. A past president of the New Jersey Association of School Librarians, she is a past chair of AASL Advocacy, chairs The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public Libraries, and serves on the ALA Professional Ethics Committee. Her YA fantasy novel Woven through Time was a finalist in the International Book Award in the Fiction/ Fantasy category; she is currently working on the sequel.