Trudie Du Pisanie Kellerman

I love the smell of new books and always first read at the back or inside who the author is and what he or she is like en from where. My father also use to read stories to us since I was very small "Bloubaard" "Soetlief" who knows that?

Victoria Weller
Victoria Weller

I borrow at least four books a month from my local library, I dont have the space at home to keep my own books so would be lost if it closed!

Janine Jae Antoshak
Janine Jae Antoshak

I can't remember a time that I didn't go to the public library at least once a month!

Jan Coldren-Camden
Jan Coldren-Camden

I've had one since I was 4. My daughter and her family moved back here very recently and they all have cards now. Long live the libraries!

Rosalia Dueno Mijan-Duarte

You'd been doing a great injustice if you don't expose your child/children to the library. Reading a book to them would be one of the most memorable times in their lives.

Jan Dahl Nelson
Jan Dahl Nelson

My daughter is a librarian so I know how tough it has been with budgert cuts. I've had a library card since childhood.

Yaswantt Jatoo
Yaswantt Jatoo

lets keep our library living.

Yaswantt Jatoo
Yaswantt Jatoo

hi

Trevor Lunness
Trevor Lunness

A book feels right in your hands...anywhere.

Lesley Boo Cotton
Lesley Boo Cotton

I already have a card, and I use my library every week, I think the new borrowing/returning books system takes some of the 'personal' touch away however, there's not nearly as much interaction with the staff now, & I feel that that's a great shame, as the staff play an important part.

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