A library in Florida created a fake reader, named it for a former major-league baseball player, and allowed it to check out books to make sure certain titles remained on the shelves. Books that aren’t used for a long period can be discarded and removed from the library system.
A library in Florida created a fake reader, named it for a former major-league baseball player, and allowed it to check out books to make sure certain titles remained on the shelves. Books that aren’t used for a long period can be discarded and removed from the library system. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
A library in Florida created a fake reader, named it for a former major-league baseball player, and allowed it to check out books to make sure certain titles remained on the shelves. Books that aren’t used for a long period can be discarded and removed from the library system. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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