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Vol. LXV, No. 21
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
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(Photo by Janie Hermann)
SPRING CLEANING: Some patrons took notice while others calmly kept reading when a suspended window washer appeared outside a window at the Princeton Public Library last week.

Tweens and Teens Flock to the Library; Two Longtime Librarians Are Retiring

Ellen Gilbert

A report on services for — and by — middle and high school students highlighted last week’s Board of Trustees meeting at the Princeton Public Library.

Senior Editor at Princeton University Press Ponders the Future of Books: Digital vs. Print

Ellen Gilbert

The push-pull of Princeton University Press Senior Editor Fred Appel’s talk about “The Future of the Book” with the “Lunch and Learn” group at the Princeton Jewish Center last week was evident in the day’s headlines: amid much fanfare, the New York Public Library was celebrating its 100th anniversary, while a headline on the front page of the New York Times’s Business section declared that “E-Books Outsell Print Books at Amazon.”

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