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Vol. LXIII, No. 29
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What is your favorite feature at the library and how often do you visit?”


“Favorite feature is the reading club where you get prizes based on how many hours you read. Ella is holding her reading chart. During the summer, we visit twice a week.”

Ella with her Father Ken Norman, Princeton

“Just graduated from Princeton University; Firestone Library is enormous, dark and lonely. PPL is a smaller library, easy to find books, specifically fiction. Reading spaces are really nice here. I visit the library as often as possible.”

Keerthi Shetty, Princeton

Monica: “The best feature is the wall on the first floor with all the art. I try to visit every day.” Kori: “I like that the computers are available to everyone. Very convenient. I visit a few times a week.”

Monica Parsons, Princeton (left) and Kori Bloom, Princeton (right)


“We visit the library a lot because we can just walk to it. They have a lot of books to choose from. We usually start reading as we’re walking, which can be a problem. Ella once walked into a trash can.”

Sisters Ella (left) and Zoe Nadeau, Princeton

“Great resource for music of all types. Visit weekly.”

Tom Sowanick and Eleni Athanatos, Princeton

“Best feature is being able to take books home. I visit once or twice a week.”

Emma Hastrup, Princeton


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