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December 11, 2009

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Patti Abbott

Great idea, Bonnnie. I use our library for our grandson and am always amazed at how much they have and how little it is used. Did H1N1 scare them off?

BV Lawson

I go to our local public library quite a bit year 'round, and never see a large number of kids, but then I avoid the weekends, so perhaps that's when they hang out. With the advent of the Internet, more kids are doing homework that way, which means less library research, too. It's a shame, in my opinion. Since I was a small child, the library has always been one of my very favorite places -- and it's the world's best bargain!

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