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    July 15, 2013 3:51 PM
    Keeping kids occupied in summer when school is not in session can be a challenge for American families. Most summer activities cost money, but there's one place where children and teens can enjoy activities free of charge. That’s the public library. Faiza Elmasry explores what public libraries are offering this summer, beyond books.

    US Libraries Offer More Than Free Book Loans

    Published July 15, 2013

    Keeping kids occupied in summer when school is not in session can be a challenge for American families. Most summer activities cost money, but there's one place where children and teens can enjoy activities free of charge. That’s the public library. Faiza Elmasry explores what public libraries are offering this summer, beyond books.


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