Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
Elizabeth Barrette
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Library Accommodating Homeless Readers

A library realized that homeless people were hiding books under cushions to finish later.  So the librarians designated a shelf for homeless readers to store their "in use" books.  This is a replicable solution that any library can use if they have a similar challenge.  Meanwhile over in Terramagne, this sort of thing is common.
Tags: a little slice of terramagne, activism, networking, reading, safety
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