When I was quite young, and we moved into the “village” all the way from Oak Hill, my first visit to the library was awe inspiring. I had never seen so many books and to think that I could just pick one, take it home, read it and bring it back for another one was more than amazing. I did find out that I could not take out books from the “adult” offerings and I must say that the children’s selection was not that great. However, just to have something “new” was still quite a treat.
Move forward a few years and I now work in said library surrounded by more books than I could hope to read in a long, long lifetime. It is now time to ensure that future generations of children and adults still have a place where they can select a book of their choice, read it, return it, and borrow another two or three. This is indeed the heart of this community and such a necessity for the future of North Haven and its citizens. So, let’s keep the books coming and keep the shelter around them in good repair as well as accessible for all who wish to use it.
Each month, Kate Quinn will recommend a book that will be posted here with a brief description of the contents, along with reviews.
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