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Treasure troves of magic

©Ted Strutz

It’s a place of magic. There are so many different worlds to travel to. So many personalities to impersonate. Here, you could be anything, anyone, at anytime, anywhere.

Libraries, she was taught, “are more than just a storage place for books, they are treasure troves filled with creativity and knowledge. And that knowledge can be empowering(R.L Hemlock).

Libraries open windows to the world, inspire us to explore and achieve more, to contribute to improving the world, and thus change it for the better.

They are parts of life’s necessities, reminding us simultaneously of the excitement of being a kid.

Also part of Friday Fictioneers

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26 thoughts on “Treasure troves of magic

  1. Pingback: Judges of character | MC's Whispers

  2. You’ll have an audience that agrees I’m sure on this flash fiction spot! Love your library. My daughter set up her books as a library in her bedroom and issued the family with cards made on the computer – I still have mine 20 years later.

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  3. treasure troves! well said

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  4. Inspiration and a store of ideas, what more could you ask for.

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  5. Beautifully expressed.

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  6. Libraries are a place of creativity and magic. I loved going as a child, then taking my kids to introduce them to these special places. Nicely written! 🙂

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  7. I couldn’t agree more! Mine has recently had an expensive facelift and it’s more popular than eve,.

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  8. Hear, hear! Wonderful places for broadening one’s taste in literature, and for introducing kids to reading.

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  9. Wonderful testimony. Great places, but too often they must struggle.

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  10. Yep, edifices devoted to real magic. Great post.

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  11. Libraries keep child-like wonder alive for us adults also. Good story, MC.

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  12. The very word, “library,” had an almost sacred sense to it. Loved your post.

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  13. All very true, which it makes it even more angering when councils and governments threaten them with closure.

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  14. Books open us up to the world and beyond.

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