• Non-Cancer question: do you use your public library?

    Asked by cllinda on Tuesday, May 7, 2019

    Non-Cancer question: do you use your public library?

    The reason I am asking is that I saw a book advertised on Facebook that sounded interesting. But $26 is out of my price range. So I looked it up and my library will have this book that I want to read soon.
    I think libraries are really gifts to the community. So do you have a good library in your area?

    21 Answers from the Community

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    • leslie48240's Avatar
      leslie48240

      Use it a lot. A favorite place for the youngest 5 of 8 Grandchildren. The older two...not so much. Our two closest ones (2 different cities) offer so much for the kids...besides the books, of course. Even free movies in the auditorium and special programs to fight Summer boredom and spark interest in animals, science, crafts and more. When they were little ...they loved the story times.

      9 months ago
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      leslie48240

      One more thing...have always appreciated that they can and will get most any book for me for free. Sometimes from faraway libraries. They call me when it is in and I have a week to pick it up. So easy.

      9 months ago
    • BoiseB's Avatar
      BoiseB

      One thing I did want to say is that university and community college libraries are also public libraries and I consider them the best places to research your cancer. Of course most of the data bases you must read in the library you can print out some of the more important information.

      9 months ago

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