It’s a Christmas gift to all readers—but it’s all year round and you don’t even have to celebrate Christmas to enjoy it! And it’s free—visit your local public library!
This is the book tree from Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall from last year. Somehow I never posted this photo!
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I must say, this person had an interesting assortment of things to check out at the library.
There’s just something about browsing books this way that I find so much more enjoyable than browsing titles on a computer, even if I’m looking for recorded volumes…each book on each shelf seems to hold a treasure, and walking sideways down the aisles is so much more fun than scrolling. At Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall.