I prefer real books I love holding and turning a page and the smell and cover of each one, there is nothing like the look of a real book with beautiful writing on each page to make me want to look after and care for that book like a lost friend..a electronic book or anything on a screen does not have the same appeal to me..
I can't see the need for electronic "books". The humble real book is fine. Irreplaceable in my view. Electronic books for the disabled is one thing but other than that, I just can't see the need.
Margo, I feel the same about music. Nothing like holding a physical album in your hand and having the cover art or having a box set. Long live real books and real albums!
K agree Peter I have LPs ans Singles and CDs I just like to physically hold certain things as it makes feel like I am actually doing something,otherwise I would feel that everything is to easy or lazy..
Already have a library card. God bless Librarians! xo xo
I want to start aprojectlike the same there may I have grace too.
I LIKE THIS.
I take my grandson to the library and will encourage him to get his own library card as soon as he is a first grader.
My family & I have active library cards. The library offers many inexpensive programs for all age groups.It gives us access to computers.knowledgeable librarians, and tutoring in many subjects.The Library also has community service opportunities as well as paid positions. It is VERY important to keep the library open for these reasons and many more.
Yet, public libraries must now don a brave face in the struggling economy; they remain heavily dependent upon a receding tax base for their primary funding source. But, the crucial role that libraries play in our communities means that we can’t allow them to fall prey to financial issues and jurisdictional debates. The more people with library cards out there, the more community advocates public libraries gain – people who’ll petition against attempts to cut back on library services through future budget cuts.
lets act on late S.R. Ranganathan's laws- every book its reader, every reader his/her book.
I have never gone to library except library of my university please someone help me so that I can increase my knowledge.