Remembering Eliza Dresang, ‘Wonder Woman’
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When people can’t apply for jobs or access government services because they don’t have access from home, public libraries must be there for them,” said Linda Lord, a librarian in Maine. “Where else are they going to go? Police station? Town hall? I don’t think so.Libraries Seek High-Speed Broadband - NYTimes.com
The first thing this librarian needs to understand is that the bookmobile doesn’t belong to her. It belongs to the public, including children.
Pat Scales responds regarding a ‘conservative’ librarian who wants to keep “Wimpy Kid” and “Captain Underpants” out of the bookmobile that she mans.
Diversity, it’s not just books. May issue sneak peek.