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A very similar incident happened to my daughter when she was in the third grade. The school system did nothing about the incident because of their ages. We are no longer in the NCSS. My daughter is now 17 years old. Could it be the same perpetrator?
Unfortunately for the public library system, electronic books are exhorbitantly priced for libraries. A book that would cost you $10 to $15 on your Kindle, costs the public library around $80 per copy. The publishing industry does not want public libraries to go to electronic books and are doing their best to prevent it. This is one of the reasons the Pines Library system has so few electronic books and the waiting list is so long.
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