Have you ever wanted to write, draw, or underline in a library book -- to share your inner thoughts with other readers who just might pick up the book? Well, now is your chance!
The Syracuse Public Library's young adult services department is introducing NOTE-ABLE Books. These books allow library patrons to write thoughts, create drawings, or underline favorite passages. All notes and drawings must be kept G-rated.
NOTE-ABLE Books can be found in the Rosalyn Jones Room/YA space under the nonfiction books. These books will have "NOTE-ABLE" labeled on their spines. On the first page, there is also a label, describing it as a "NOTE-ABLE BOOK" and encouraging readers to write in it.
Do not write in any library book that does not have the "NOTE-ABLE" designation.
We hope this program will encourage readers to engage with books in new ways and spark different readings for their fellow readers.
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