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By: Maddy

Thu, 28 May 2015 19:52:11 +0000

LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!! Plus its better for the environment Going in for a good read or a movie. Plus Fine Gardening magazines that I don't have to pay for Priceless



By: babs

Wed, 19 Feb 2014 20:34:42 +0000

Libraries are fabulous and keep getting better! Our local library also offers online career testing and resume help, free (!) tickets to area museums, a low-cost printing press and countless activities for kids through adults. And more! (I'm sure I'm forgetting something . . . )



By: TraditionalBookworm

Sun, 09 Dec 2012 06:25:10 +0000

Oh, I so love books. I have a mini Library back home and have a collection of books, magazines and newspaper clippings organized according to subjects. For this year, I have purchased more than 50 books but still unread as I dont have time to browse them. I used to read books a lot but since I got this eye condition, I just buy without reading..



By: Jane

Mon, 03 Dec 2012 19:06:50 +0000

I bought an inexpensive e-reader and now download books from the library. The library in my area has an extensive list of fiction and non-fiction books and all the new releases are now available. I don't have to go near the library except to renew my card once a year. The library is "open" 24 hours a day online.



By: F Sampson

Tue, 09 Oct 2012 01:03:18 +0000

Our library in the greater Atlanta area has a computer link on their website to the Galileo system so we can access newspapers, magazines, journals, and more plus a language learning program called Mango I haven't tried yet.



By: Shane

Wed, 22 Aug 2012 16:42:00 +0000

My library also offers movies to rent and books on CD. I like to listen to books on CD/Tape when I am on long driving trips.



By: Merelle

Fri, 27 Jul 2012 23:17:31 +0000

Libraries are fantastic! I stay up late reading those books really fast. Lately, though, my kids have started to use the library, and have started to rack up fines. We are taking a little break while we build up skills in managing and keeping track of loaned items!



By: Lynn

Fri, 27 Jul 2012 21:25:56 +0000

I'm on a library moratorium at the moment. I love the place, but end up borrowing about eight books at once. Even more since I discovered that I could search the online catalogue at home and order books from my Amazon wish list. The problem with this is that I already have a backlog of books that I bought or got as presents, so I have to go through them first. Funny thing is, I can't even let myself go into the library to study, as I know I'll get sucked in and come out with like ten books. In short, libraries rock!



By: Jones

Sun, 09 Oct 2011 21:40:48 +0000

I have a college textbook right here that I borrowed, for free of course, from my local library. I have it until November and if I am very lucky no one else will want to borrow it between now and the end of the semester. This is a $50+ book and all my textbooks are expensive. Frequently I am able to borrow them, and also any supplemental reading books (quite often this is the difference between us A students and the rest of the pack-we read the extra stuff and it shows in our grades) then I can return my brand-new textbook, possibly even for a profit, since it has never been used. Each semester I have to buy my textbooks because I cannot count on getting them from the library or keeping them for the whole semester. I am very careful not to underline and use Post-it tabs which leave no mark on pages. I buy my textbooks brand-new because I can resell them for close to if not higher than the original price at Amazon.com.



By: Gerard

Fri, 16 Sep 2011 19:34:13 +0000

And yet, in Toronto they have elected politicians who want to close libraries, because they think (incorrectly) that there are more libraries than donut shops. Seriously, I couldn't make up anything this stupid.



By: class factotum

Wed, 03 Aug 2011 01:24:30 +0000

A key factor in picking our house was that it was within walking distance of the library. I calculated that if I had had to buy or rent every book and DVD that I get from the library (where I go at least twice a week) for the past year, I would have spent over $10,000 - and that's if I got used books. (I read a lot.) I love my library - makes me feel like my property taxes aren't wasted.



By: Virginia

Thu, 28 Jul 2011 18:44:31 +0000

I am a liberal Art Major--what I can't find at the library I can find at the public library and let me tell you they usually have the books I need for classes. I save a lot of $$$ along with checking out Google books for free.