The Library as a Lifeline

My eye doctor provided me with information about the Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled, and it’s meant a lot to me. I’ve always been an avid reader, and now I can listen to books, attend a monthly book club, and more.  —Priscilla Perrotti How the Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled helps Ohioans of all…

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Improving School Performance through Library Programs

“My grandkids know that Wednesday is our library day, and they look forward to coming every week. The baby is learning to share, the four-year-old is learning her colors, and my oldest grandson is reinforcing his sight words. That impacted his school performance directly—he did well on a sight word test after spending time here. I don’t believe the community…

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Pam Eyerdam: How the Library Supports Artists

“Cleveland Public Library has a longstanding tradition of supporting and working with artists in the region. In fact, the Library has supported public art since before 1900—and not just in the Main Library, but in the branches, too. Over the years, renowned artists from the area have donated artwork that holds an important place in Cleveland history and often reflects…

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