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The Thread: What library lovers are reading

The Thread: What library lovers are reading

“Some of my happiest times as a kid were being turned loose in our small-town library, knowing that my mother had told the librarian I could check out any book I wanted.”

Kerri Miller of MPR News shared how she values libraries, as well as the borrowing habits of her fellow readers who belong to libraries in other cities.

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