Libraries have always been a place of great discovery for me and I hope that continues for generations to come.
HAVE ALWAYS HAD ONE SINCE I LEARNED TO READ.
My mother is a retired librarian. I was read to before I could even walk, and before she was working as a librarian, we still went to the public library on a weekly basis.
Our children are already sorely lacking in reading skills. I credit my love of reading to helping me be successful in school and life.
I grew up with my dad taking me to the library at an early age and 40 years on I am still going there at least twice a week. I also do computer courses there. The Kindle is a nuisance and will only help towards shutting down the libraries and putting decent people out of work.
I just got a library card in Denver.
Almost every person I know has one.. I have two!
The first words that ALLAH "GOD" tells his Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) in the Koran is.
«READ». From here, we dedicate that reading and education in general are the light that t will enlighten our world and guide us to a better world where there is love, respect and prosperity for everybody on this plane.
I hope this also counts those that already have one, well if I move (I plan to do so eventually) I will get a library card to where I relocate to.
I've had a library card since preschool, but I'll sign this anyway.
E-Reader's are nice, howvever, there is nothing like the smell of a book!
You bet! and the feel of paper, not metal, in your hands. Though I admit they're GREAT for older people, whose eyesight & memories just ain't what it use to be--my now nearly-blind uncle can read the BOOKS he had accumulated over 5 decades...Namaste, and may the light be always POIFECT for us to READ! xoxo