Reading Room: Improbable Libraries

May 29, 2015

How will books stay relevant in the digital age?

By Alex Johnson | $27.50

As print looks into an uncertain future in technology’s shadow, librarians around the world are finding innovative ways to make books more accessible—whether it means strapping them to an elephant and arriving at your door, or creating a temporary pop-up spot in urban centers. Published by the University of Chicago Press Books, Improbable Libraries provides us a window into the ways literacy is shared through its 250 color photographs and several interviews with the librarians who are moving the stacks to spread the love of reading.

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