12 Ways to Save Your Library

library books on shelves in the local library

A few weeks ago I wrote a piece about how to find cheap books if you need to feed your reading habit but your library is dying or dead. In the comment trail for that piece, several readers expressed disappointment that the piece wasn’t about how to keep such a frugal resource alive in the first place. I heard you, and now I want to address that issue.

A couple of years ago I had to join the fight to keep our library alive at all. It was slated for closing due to budget cuts. Since it was in a rural part of the county, it was deemed “disposable,” or at least more disposable than the branches in the more affluent part of the county.

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One Response to 12 Ways to Save Your Library

  1. Great advice! We frugalites need to do everything possible to save our libraries. Libraries are a important parts of our communities. Thanks so much for this.

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