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In digital era, libraries remain ‘a trusted institution’

“Two-year-old Fiona DeArmas and her mother, Amy, were strolling through the stacks of the Arbutus branch of the Baltimore County Public Library last week, searching for the right book to take home.In a tradition passed on to each of Amy’s six children, she’d be allowed to take out as many books as her age.On July 1, Fiona turned three.And if her older children were any indication, she’d be excited for the perk.”When my oldest was 10, she was really happy because she could get 10 books,” she said. “It’s the little things like that they’ve enjoyed.” (via Baltimore Sun)

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