I’m following the A to Z Challenge by posting every day in April (except Sundays) about the importance of libraries. I’m using the Library A to Z advocacy materials and a small selection of quotations in each post.
What good things about libraries begin with K?
Key (to success / learning); keyboard (both music & computer); key-stages (support for curriculum work); kids; kindness; kinship; knitting (crafts in the library); knowledge.
Some K quotes:
Maira Kalman: I love the architecture of public libraries, the very large windows. Inside it’s polished, it’s quiet; during the day, the sun is usually streaming through one room or another. And all the people are sitting there together, but they’re all going to completely different places through the books they’re reading.
John F. Kennedy: Libraries should be open to all – except the censor.
Stephen King: When all else fails, give up and go to the library.
Kristen Kittscher: Libraries are anything but quiet: they resound with centuries of knowledge and human experience.
Do you have any other suggestions for K?