From the French word “librairie”and the Latin “liber” meaning book, We obtain ‘Library’, The English word, Used to describe a collection of books made accessible to a community for issuing and reading.
Libraries have the most vast collection of books, ranging to every subject imaginable.
At A nominal fee, An access to such a colossal collection of books is the best way to gather information.
Students have and should make the most of this priceless resource made accessible to them.
Though technology and internet turned a substantial figure of students towards itself, libraries are still esteemed and visited.
For People thoroughly believe, If its published and placed in a library, it would contain genuine data.
Libraries, to a student holds immense importance. From those libraries at our schools to those vast central ones that occupy more than acres of lands to house more than millions of books, Libraries are the pious places where research, studies and reading can be done in a quiet and peaceful surrounding.
Libraries have made their way from the earliest times itself, since the time when temple rooms stored collections of the earliest forms of writing-clay tablets and leaves.
Hasnt Laura Bush been right in saying-
“Libraries allow children to ask questions about the world and find the answers. And the wonderful thing is that once a child learns to use a library, the doors to learning are always open.”
Melk Benedictine Abbey Library, Picture credits :Emgonzalez, Wikipedia