For a moment she regretted taking this on at all. He was going to be mad. He was going to say she wasting his time and then she'd get nothing at all, because now that she thought about it the request was a bit simple, maybe too simple to bring to his attention like this.
She entered, sat where she was told to sit and forced herself to look him in the eye because she was not just a student anymore, dang it! Lyra's eyebrows knitted for a moment as she went over her request once more and then she spoke.
"It's regarding our muggle section. While this school's primary curriculum is most obviously of the magical nature of our.. culture," oh god that sounded dumb. She swallowed and continued.
"There is still a whole world to be experienced beyond our own, a muggle world that has been discriminated against many times because of ignorance on the parts of those who would refuse to learn about it's beauty and simple ways. Actually, it's not always so simple, either, it's quite a.. I'm sorry, I'm rambling. I mean to say I've been .. I want to expand our muggle selection of books considerably. We need more updated muggle fiction and non-fiction books if we are going to help our culture better understand their culture."
And then she went silent, eyebrows arching as she waited for him to respond.