This illustration is from "Place of Peace and Security: Bringing the Library Home During the Pandemic," an online comic by National Public Radio intern Eda Uzunlar. It's part of a series that tells the stories of how, amid the backdrop of a global pandemic, students are being educated in entirely new ways.
The April 27 edition tells the story of how librarian Emily Curtis and bus driver Edwin Steer of Georgetown, Texas, have created places of "peace and security" by delivering books to students. Read it now.
Your library continues to deliver the escape and comfort that books offer. Use these library services to connect with your next good book:
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