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Reading resources in the United States

November 16, 2009
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Fletcher Free Library

In the United States, you are so encouraged to read you could not believe. Resources are so available to a anybody, no matter you are permanent residents or foreigners, low or high income, students or professors.

How is it?

Simple, just go around town, you will see a public library in 3 to 4 minute drive. If you live locally, the library card is free for you (because you do pay some kind of taxes t to the state).

The town library card leads you to free books, audio books, and tapes to borrow from the library. You can go there to read to to hang out with various social and intellectual activities at the library.

The library card can also leads you to so many sites whose resources are books, magazines, stock analysis, language programs that you can learn for free, because the library subscribes to the sites as a patron for you!

Take, for examples, The Fletcher Free Library has many databases for you to select.
http://www.fletcherfree.org/database.html

Fascinating intellectual world!

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