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IT IS worth while sometimes spending half an hour in the reading room of a public library in the study of those who frequent it, noticing the kind of people they are and upon what periodicals they concentrate. You will in that way learn something about human nature. Most of them are reading for...
A public library service is part ot adult education, but it is not the whole of it. This perfectly simple fact is so often overlooked by the extreme protagonists of two schools of thought in modern librarianship. The one, in its enthusiasm, embracing in its library policy everything from...
THE children's magazine was practically dead a few years ago, in fact during the war there was scarcely one worth buying, and there was a real need for something in this class. While books will always have first place, educationists and all interested in children's reading will agree that good...
IN the lessthanacentury in which children's literature has developed, many types of books have emerged, and perhaps one classthe moral storyhas disappeared or if not entirely so, at least it is coldshouldered by modern young people. But the new literature has not displaced the fairy tale, one of...
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