A Brief History of the Book

“The free communication of thought and opinion is one of the most precious rights of man; every citizen may therefore speak, write and print freely.”

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The Heart of Education is the Student’s Learning – The Library and the Librarian

The heart of education is the student’s learning. The responsibility of the librarian is to develop knowledge so that learning will become more lastingly significant, more permanently meaningful and more personally satisfying. Perhaps, much of what the students learn will wear out or become obsolete. But information skills learned in libraries will continue to be functional indefinitely or for as long as they are needed (Mangay, 2004).

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Help in Finding Decorative Books As You Design a Home Library

As an interior designer, you may design bookcases into a room and then find that your clients also need books to fill them. This is a common issue for second or third homes where the client does not have time to shop for an entire collection of books for their property. It is also a problem in the era of the Kindle and other electronic readers when people don’t buy as many physical books but they still love the look of them on the shelves.

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