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‘Human Library’ project in Rochester turns people into talking books

“A library has come up with an unusual way of providing tales – by turning HUMANS into talking books. The “Human Library” project is a quirky upstate New York collaboration between the University of Rochester Library and the Rochester Public Library where guests can pick up a human rather than read a story in a book. That person, or “Human Book” as they are known, tells the person who picked them a story, usually lasting for around 30 minutes. The story is unique to the person and is based around a personal experience or field they are an expert in.” (via NY Daily News)

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