The children will find the books enjoyable.
I believe in kids getting books young.
The La Plata branch has been a big part of my life. When my daughter was young, we would take walks to the library together as part of our daddy/daughter time and now even though she has grown up, just recently we visited while she was home from college. I’m very appreciative of the library.
I grew up on Middleton Rd, before it was Middletown Rd, and used to get on the bookmobile with mysiblings. I can’t imagine life without the library and wanted to put my money where my mouth is.
About to enjoy Norse mythology presentation!
As a child the library was my world. I use the Hoopla app regularly. During the lockdown my password expired! I came to the library called from the parking lot for a reset.
Libraries are very important to the community, as a resource, a community meeting place, a media center, and above all a place that provides access to literature, to books for research and learning. They are very important institutions that are being attacked by a small group of narrow-minded people and need to be protected for future generations.
We would be lost without our library. We are both retired, and we get so much enjoyment from reading our library books. When the library closed during the shutdown, we were losing our minds. We re-read every book in this house. When the library re-opened with curbside pickup, it saved us. We really appreciate all that you guys did in order to keep our county libraries up and running. God has blessed us in so many ways, and it brings us much joy to be able to give to causes that are important to us. We previously made a donation to the Imagination Library, which is a program I really support. I am also interested in the “My Fresh Start: Free Showers” program, and I am so appreciative to CCPL for partnering with Lifestyles for addressing this basic need, and for making this program available to people who need it. Thanks for all that you guys do to serve our community. Best wishes.
~Nancy and Rob C.