Public library

A public library is a place where the public can go to borrow and read books. Libraries are generally funded by taxpayers, so they have limited budgets which oblige them to limit their collections of popular titles for borrowing. The five common traits shared by all libraries include accessibility, ability to lend items from its collection out or provide access through lending agreements with other institutions such as college campuses; provisioning print materials in variety formats (books on CD); providing digital content like e-mail magazines and databases online; providing community services including homework help sessions and story times for children who cannot afford childcare during open hours; finally offering free events throughout the year that vary per location but may include author talks, book releases, movie nights–all emphasizing fun!

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