What education do you need to become a woodworker?

“I’m a little bit of everything. But I definitely need to get my hands on a good woodworking bookshelf.”

“So maybe not as much as another one would, but I’ll do my best.”

“Is that so?”

“That way, I can be sure that I’ll do it well.”

“Very good. How about a newbie lesson? Do you want to see if I could teach them some basic woodworking techniques?”

“I’d like that.”

-Frost and Frost are getting ready to leave the library for the day.

-Frost’s training begins when the students are already inside the library.

“This is it. A good time to show them a little something.”

“I want to see my own hands.”

-Frost’s teaching begins when they’re already inside the library.

“I’m a little interested in the idea of a self-improving woodworker.”

“Sure, whatever helps you relax when no one’s out there to see what you’re working on.”

“I never thought I’d hear something like that.”

“It’s almost time for practice, so just wait around until we’ve gotten all the books you need out of the back, you know?”


-Frost and Frost are waiting for Frost’s own lessons.

-Frost gives some information about his own classes in a lesson lecture.

“This thing’s really good. Just like my friend Frost.”

-A class session is started.

“Hey, do you know where ‘The Library of Babel’ is?”

“How long has it been, anyways?”

“I guess I remember now.”

“Are you sure? Just in case.”

“Hm? Uh…I think I might remember. So there. I think I remember.”

-Frost and Frost are waiting for Frost’s own lessons.

“Here’s what I always tell them. If you can picture the idea first, then you’ll be good.”

“Sure, thanks.”

“So, what’s all this thing in your hand? Where’s it headed?”


-Frost and Frost are waiting for Frost’s own lessons.

“So the way I see it, with your own teacher, you’re a bit like