You belong @ your library: Library stories
Every day, people of all ages and backgrounds from rural, suburban and urban communities across the country turn to their libraries to find jobs or go online, to get help with homework or complex research projects, to start on a business plan, connect with their kids or simply find a space to relax.
For every person who loves libraries, there is a story about what the library means to them. Here is where we want to collect and share those stories.
Is the library important to you? Do you have a story to tell?
Parents, have you had a "Connect with your kids" moment at the library? Share it here.
Want to read about the positive impact of libraries?
1. Teen using e-reader at Myrtle Grove Middle School in Wilmington, North Carolina Jennifer LaGarde
3. Mother and son at Centro Library.
9.Rachel Schott works on a computer at the New Orleans Public Library Lakeview Branch by Gates Foundation
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