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I have a list on Amazon of Books to Read Eventually, which has been hovering between 50 to 60 books long since its creation last summer. Some books I can find at my most frequented libraries, the Winooski and Fletcher Free [Burlington], while others, I know, I will just have to out and out buy. Sigh.

In a truly stupendous flash of smarts this morning, I realized I could check other libraries in the county for some books on my list. Winooski participates in the Homecard system, where persons with cards at participating libraries can show their cards at other participating libraries and sign out books. [Fletcher Free doesn't participate because it's selfish and doesn't play well with others.] There are three Homecard libraries that I feel comfortable trekking to for books -- Brownell [Essex Junction -- not really a trek], Essex Free [Essex Center] and Dorothy Alling [Williston]. I found seven of my wish list items at these libraries and one for download at listenupvermont.org!

Maybe one of these days I'll actually read all the books on my list!

Date: Oct. 21st, 2013 06:53 pm (UTC)
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Do VT libraries do inter-library-loans? In Indiana, if any public library in the state had a book you wanted, it could be loaned to your local library and then to you at your request, most of the time. (Dunno about TN libraries.)

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