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Laura Steiner at the Manitowoc Public Library (MPL) shared the photo and explained:
February’s group was very small, but for March’s discussion of “Stress Fracture,” we had to move to a larger room, which was a wonderful “problem” to have!Public libraries also provide materials for community book clubs, such as the one at Felician Village in Manitowoc. Through interlibrary loan they are able to obtain copies in different formats, such as large print or audio books as well as traditional print. According to Kim Loose, the volunteer coordinator, the group was thrilled to a share a photo and “excited to promote reading and using the library system.” Thank you, ladies!
We learned that “Stress Fracture,” by Tara Meissner, will be discussed at the Sturgeon Bay branch of the Door County Library in May. Tara works here at MPL. The topic is something we are sensitive to and Laura Kavacan at Sturgeon Bay contacted us. She asked for questions and background materials, so we shared those things with her. We also gave her some insight as to how the discussion went and how participants became very personally involved. What a wonderful example of moving beyond ILL and crossing system borders to work with our neighbors to the north.
Christine Barth, Resources for Libraries & Lifelong Learning