…opened in San Antonio last month.
It claims to offer lots of “traditional” library services (computer access, classes, children’s story time, study space) and an e-reader program where the collection of 10.000 e-titles can be accessed and checked out. E-readers can also be checked out.
I haven’t personally made the jump to the e-reader yet, but for those who like reading that way…this seems like an innovative (lower-cost?) way to provide vital services.
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…in case you missed it. I’m a bit of a list fan, especially audience-generated ones, and these came out pretty great.
100 Must-Reads For Kids 9-14 and 100 Best-Ever Teen Novels.
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