Going to the library was a ritual in my family. We always relished the peaceful vibe. Today, libraries remain a quiet magnet for all ages, despite the many computers dominating their space.
I wrote a guest blog post this week about my appreciation for a very special library called the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research where the work of my Dad, writer Alvin Boretz is preserved. In quietly performing their diligent work, librarians, true introverted leaders have created access to this wonderful collection.
Read about my experience with this sanctuary of learning here. I look forward to hearing your own library memories.