Freedom to Read

In honour of the start of Freedom to Read week here, I thought I’d post this link. If you just followed it, you’ll know that it is a pic of the Parthenon, or at least a replica, made of banned books. Very cool way to combine two of my favorite things – books and antiquity. The best part – when it was taken down, the public was allowed to keep the books! It’s been out for a while but I felt it was good to share again.

About theweelibrarian

Liaison Librarian extraordinaire! Interests in libraries and technology, virtual worlds, gov pubs, fun and chocolate.
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