Outdoor libraries start lending books at closed branches

Detroit Free Press – “A class of fourth-graders at Marcus Garvey Academy in Detroit has collaborated to create six outdoor libraries for use by the general public in light of recent branch closings by the Detroit Public Library. Five of the outdoor libraries opened Wednesday and the sixth will open in June. And best of all, borrowers don’t need a library card and there are no late fees.

The students, currently on spring break, received assistance from a class of University of Michigan art and design students.”

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