Exploring reading and libraries

By Patrick Fisher, Staff Writer

Reading is a large part of daily life. In today's society, we learn how to read at an early age and then use it to find our way in life.

We use it to get directions from street signs, to do homework, for instructions to assemble something, to find solace in our religion when we feel we've lost our way or to get our news. Whether it's from such items as books, magazines, newspapers or the Internet, reading is still a major way of communication.

It is through reading we learn ideas, other's thoughts and feelings.

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