Library: From Ancient Scrolls to the World Wide Web
A modern library is more than just a collection of books. Children take part in activity workshops and hear story readings given by librarians or authors. Adults go there to surf the Internet, see exhibitions, and learn languages. Libraries have become vast and complicated storehouses of information.
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