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Libraries Will Become Museums Soon

Goodbye Beloved Books

Libraries around the world will become museums before the end of the century, as a result of the internet, technology, and the astronomical cost of maintaining the institutions. Read More »

Book Review: Book, Line, and Sinker by Jenn McKinlay

McKinlay deftly blends small town environs, charismatic characters and library knowledge judiciously without losing her gait or the reader’s attention. Read More »

Book Review: The Way the World Works: Essays by Nicholson Baker

In this new collection of essays, Nicholson Baker’s observing eye lives up to its title with dryly inquisitive humor. Read More »

Thanksgiving Memories with Author Jenn McKinlay

Jenn discuss hooligans, a big bird and Thanksgiving. Read More »

Spread the Word: Banned Books Week, September 24-October 1, 2011

This annual event reminds us of the importance of free access to information and new ideas. Read More »

You’re Wrong! Three Misconceptions About Books And Book Lovers

One book lover's rant on the common fallacies about books. Read More »

Are Public Libraries Obsolete?: The Shelf Life of a “Dream Vision”

A good library is worth saving and a bad one is worth improving because when libraries work, they offer us much more than books on paper. Read More »

Books Are Dead; Now What About Our Libraries?

The rise of ebooks are not only signaling the end of traditional bookstores, but also libraries. Read More »

Celebrate Your Freedom to Read During Banned Books Week

Banning books from school libraries affects not only children, but society as a whole. Read More »

Book Review: The Book of Spies by Gayle Lynds

The fabled library of Constantinople surfaces, becoming the vortex of a deadly struggle. Read More »