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Texas librarians are in a tizzy, my library director tells me, because of interpretations coming...
Adam Gopnik, one of The New Yorker's most astute and erudite writers, gives us one of the best...
We're giving books away.
Right inside the front door of the library, we are placing books that we think cannot be sold by the Friends at their annual sale in the fall.
It's kind of amazing what people are willing to cart off to home or office.
For example, we put an entire set of old encyclopedias on the give-away table, and they were snapped up.
Then, the other day we put out a Chilton's auto repair manual from the late '90s. It's a foot-thick volume full of technical drawings and details. I figured we'd never get rid of it.
But, we did. It was displayed only about three days. Then it was gone.
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