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Posted 1/12/16

akotoiri wrote:

Just yesterday actually, forgot how calming it can be surrounding yourself with books and silence.
What made it even better was a rainy day with a fireplace area to sit.


I'm always so jelly when I read people's PMs or posts where they describe anime-like settings.

This is one of them. Wut, library with a fireplace area to lay down omg.... how
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Posted 1/16/16
just to study
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Posted 1/17/16
Hmm. Liba is bae ❤ I spend most of my time there, either reading or sleeping.
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Posted 1/17/16
Riiiiigghhttt..the library. I can't seem to remember the last time I've been in one!
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Posted 1/24/16
I visit my library often for manga and read there sometimes. Although I have to request a lot of volumes from other counties or out of state because my local branch doesn't have a wide selection like it should
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Posted 2/21/16 , edited 4/30/16
I visited my local library today. All the local book stores have closed down. If I want to physically get a book locally it's the library or second hand ones in charities shops. The library has free wi-fi and lots of comfy sofas and arm chairs. They have their own computers for online access as well but they aren't that great. They also have DVDs for rent (movies, tv shows, anime). They do still have music CDs but I don't pay attention to that. There's a library café and an art gallery. They also put on a classic movie once a month. They also have a selection of e-books to download. If you can't find a book you like you can order it from another library and it will be brought to which ever local library you choose. They've got a manga section too. They do advice sessions run by the local police sometimes. There's been other advice sessions as well run by various organisations. Of course part of the reason I keep going to my local library is that it's just a 5 minute walk from my home.
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Posted 2/21/16
i love the library, its always beeen a magical place. and there are no book stores within hours of where i live. one punch man at walmart is the closest i can get to a real book store.
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Posted 3/5/16
I really enjoy our library. We are fortunate enough to have a larger one right down the street and several in the surrounding counties. I will admit I do not go as often as I should (mainly because I am a book shop-aholic). I take my son on occasion. He enjoys reading about marine biology and deep sea life so this is the perfect place for him to acquire information
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Posted 3/18/16
It's kind of funny because I still visit the library typically every other day, not entirely to read manga, but to study mainly actually. I've actually been to the library weekly since I was a child, so it's basically a habit for me now.
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Posted 3/21/16
I used to check out some books back when I was volunteering for my local library in downtown.
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Posted 3/22/16
no more since I graduated LOL
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Posted 3/22/16
I love Libraries. However I just moved in June and have not made time to go get myself a library card for my local library.
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