Here are some recent comments that we have received. If you haven’t already, please use our form to tell us what you like about your library!
Libraries were my saving grace as a young kid growing up in a household that was chaotic. I loved the feeling I got when I entered the front door of my Boston library. Here I was given the opportunity to escape into another world, someone else’s world for a while. By reading opened up all types of people, places and things for me. It sometimes made me feel okay with my feelings even though I couldn’t name those feelings back then. I would sometimes just sit on the floor while trying to pick out a book and just read for hours. Libraries are a source of comfort to me I still go there weekly. I think well worn used books are a thing of beauty.
THOMAS CRANE PUBLIC LIBRARY (QUINCY)
The library saves me time and money! I do not have to Pay to read a book that would then sit in my house or be given to a friend. Also when doing research on any subject I have multiple sources that can be trusted for information. The distance is not too great to travel; it is a safe, warm, quiet, trusting place I feel safe in. the library is PRICELESS
Walpole Public Library
The library is so central to the life of my family and me; we
all are voracious readers, and make constant use of the
excellent books available to us for FREE! An educated
population is extremely important to our country, and the
library is a way to ensure that everyone has access to
interesting & compelling reading material.
VENTRESS MEMORIAL LIBRARY (MARSHFIELD)
I greatly use the library full range of service (books, DVD’s, CD;s and on line offerings learning tagalog. We need the library in our community especially for families and our senior citizens.
THAYER PUBLIC LIBRARY (BRAINTREE)