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Students across the country have created Overheard pages to record some of the oddest things heard at their university. Here are some of the best.
There ain’t nothing basic about being a librarian.
In celebration of National Library Week (4/13-4/19), here is an homage to a group of greatly misunderstood and underappreciated professionals.
It is SO small and SO cute.
There’s a place with free books and movies? What is it called again? Library?
The libraries of the world are under threat. Here are some reasons to care.
Seriously, though. This place is pretty cool.
College: The best seven years of your life.
Netflix for books = a library.
And people say reading is boring.
Every day I read so I can succeed.
These 16 amazing libraries are full of beautiful interiors — and books — to check out.
Add this to your endless to-do list.
From love letters to four leaf clovers.
This library was a book lovers dream.
A cryptic email was sent out to members of the Brooklyn library, encouraging them to show up for the filming of a potential music video about social media.
Starring 2,131 books, 27 volunteers, and Seattle’s gorgeous public library.
Patrick Higgins, a Swansea, Massachusetts, resident who is described by local news as a “chronic litigant,” is demanding the removal of a cat named Penny beloved by the town who lives in the library, saying it violates federal disabilities law.
ATTENTION NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY RIDERS.
Patricia Polacco’s book, In Our Mothers’ House, is back on the library bookshelves in the Davis School District in Utah. The move came after a lawsuit was filed by the ACLU.
The actor picked up a few books from the library yesterday and turns out he reads pretty interesting stuff and also looks good in a white t-shirt.
In the market square of Spijkenisse, Netherlands, a mountain of bookshelves is contained by a glass-enclosed structure and pyramidal roof. Corridors and a cafe have panoramic views through the transparent roof.