I like recording book quotes about librarians, and found a good one while reading The Puzzling World of Winston Breen.
The book is about a kid who loves puzzles, and gets caught up in a real life treasure hunt. The moral of the book is that there are different kinds of people in the world, who may not always be what they seem, and it's important to be able to work collaboratively to get things done. However, during the story the main character reflects,
If anything could dampen the excitement of going on a treasure hunt, it was having to do it with the town librarian...
The librarian in the book is a minor hero in her own right, so I'll let it slide. But come on, I like treasure hunts. We're not that uninteresting.