Librarian Rhapsody – Shoalhaven Library Staff
We love a good parody video, and we love a group of librarians who don’t take themselves too seriously. This is an absolutely brilliant Parody of Bohemian Rhapsody, created by the Shoalhaven Library Staff to celebrate the end of the the school year, and all I can say is….. ‘Well, that escalated!’
We love it, we hope you do too!
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