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Item 2019-03-11-20 - Bond Head Booketeria a novel idea

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Bond Head Booketeria a novel idea

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  • 1993-05-05 (Creation)

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Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

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An article about the creation of a "Booketeria" in order to help provide library services to the Bond Head area.

"What is a Booketeria? It's a self-serve mini-library, a new and innovative way to make library resources more available in a small community. With the help of the Bond Head Post Mistress Judith Baguely, room was found in the tiny Bond Head Post Office for shelving that holds approximately 450 paperback books, ranging from adult titles to kids' literature, and from romance and murder mysteries, to the latest works by Canadian authors..."

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Bradford West Gwillimbury Times
May 5, 1993
Pg 10

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