Banned books stay on county shelves

As an increasing number of books are challenged due to their content and pulled from shelves throughout the country, Addison County librarians are working to ensure local readers continue to have access to a diverse selection of titles — including those that have been banned in other states. 

Books pop up at Middlebury College’s Davis Family Library

Pop-up books have long been defined as a purely childish genre. However, their exciting three-dimensional features are playful, interactive and entertaining for all ages.

Letter to the editor: Libraries should be better funded, not closed

On Feb. 7, Vermont State University President Parwinder Grewal announced a new decision to transition to an all-digital, university-wide “library” and repurpose the existing library spaces on each campus.

Letter to the editor: Proposal to shutter libraries is very shortsighted

Who needs books anyway? They just clutter up the place. Take up space. All we need today is mindless little cell phone.

County libraries close their doors, open online

ADDISON COUNTY — With the spread of COVID-19 much of the services we are used to are shutting down in one way or another, and public libraries are no exception. Thanks to online technology, however, no one needs to go without a good read, and many librari … (read more)