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Feb 14, 2018 - alker. “Growing up in a library is a gentle thing - a crossing of aisles; the reading of a blurb that has shifted, over months and sometimes years, ...
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LIBRARY LOVERS’ DAY 14 FEBRUARY 2018

to libraries

alia.org.au/libraryloversday #libraryloversday

LIBRARY LOVERS’ DAY 14 FEBRUARY 2018

to libraries

alia.org.au/libraryloversday #libraryloversday

LIBRARY LOVERS’ DAY 14 FEBRUARY 2018

to libraries

alia.org.au/libraryloversday #libraryloversday

LIBRARY LOVERS’ DAY 14 FEBRUARY 2018

to libraries

alia.org.au/libraryloversday #libraryloversday

LIBRARY LOVERS’ DAY 14 FEBRUARY 2018

to libraries

© Sarah Walker

... Books to learn from, books to write, Books to keep me up at night.”

“There is a library in my head of all the books I’ve ever read...

‘...libraries aren’t just buildings full of books - they’re kingdoms of words rife with creativity, vision, and hope...they’re exactly what this world needs.”

“I remember when we first fell in love... eventually I started seeing other libraries. First my school library, then university libraries, and they were lovely too, but it was never quite the same.”

“Growing up in a library is a gentle thing - a crossing of aisles; the reading of a blurb that has shifted, over months and sometimes years, from confusing and dull to deeply intriguing.”

”Libraries are oddly fractal. They feature an inherent complexity and strangely recurring patterns...Partly because of their fractal nature, libraries have a mysterious potency that is hard to capture...”