Libraries have always been important to me. I have fond memories of my early childhood visits to the library. I would snuggle up next to my dad in the window seat of the old Victorian building, as he read picture books to me and instilled the love of reading. In college, my favorite place to study was in the stacks of the Wertz Art and Architecture Library at Miami University. I met my future husband while I was working in the library at Fairfield High School in Ohio. I eventually became a school librarian. Now, I am privileged to be the manager of Sedona Public Library in the Village.
In this month’s article, I’m paying tribute to libraries by sharing a list of works that highlight their contributions. If you’re also interested in libraries, I recommend you check out the following:
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By Cheryl Yeatts
Cheryl Yeatts is Manager of Sedona Public Library in the Village.