O n Tuesday, Marcel will report to work for his first shift as a library volunteer. “How much are they paying him for this?” his father wanted to know. “Nothing,” I replied tersely. “He’s a volunteer. They don’t pay volunteers.” At 12, Marcel qualifies to serve as a teen volunteer with the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Libraries. An eight-week summer reading program open to library customers of all ages (online registration is accessible here) requires additional support staff. Enter the teens. It seems fitting that the library should serve as the proving ground for any and all professional pursuits that may follow for our son; it has always been his favorite place in the world. The same librarian who asked him to recite The Lorax…