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Libraries Change For Children In A Digital Age

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Library Associate Laura Migliore has the attention of 
Asher Martin, Rumson, and his sitter, Lindsey Guarna, 
during storytelling at the library.

Published on June 14, 2013 with No Comments

By Art Petrosemolo

Will today’s 5-year-olds use the library when they are 15?

It’s a good question. But fear not, it appears children of the new millennia have not abandoned their local library; they have embraced it.

Library Associate Laura Migliore has the attention of  Asher Martin, Rumson, and his sitter, Lindsey Guarna,  during storytelling at the library.

Library Associate Laura Migliore has the attention of
Asher Martin, Rumson, and his

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