I remember when I was young and would escape to the neighborhood Library Branch in Waterbury. Or as a college student, I would go and hide at the W.C.S.U. Library. Libraries always seemed like a safe haven for me to squander my time away aimlessly. Whether it would be dodging my chores or just trying to get away from drunken roommates—the library offered me a quiet escape. Now mind you, my homework would get done first but then I would just browse the stacks and pull any book that would interest me~Of course there was always the incidental nap time that would freely occur! Did you ever notice how libraries always seem to have that comfy spot hidden away somewhere in a corner or at the end of a long dark stack? So toasty warm in a ray of sunlight—total ME time. Where is your favorite spot at the OWL?
Staff Picks (aside from naptime)
American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang
Brief History of the Dead by Kevin Brockmeier
Stripped by Brian Freedman
YAWN…….This meandering is owned by your friendly neighborhood library assistant, Audra 🙂 zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz