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Library invites public on a ‘Blind Date with a Book’
Monday, February 18, 2013 7:58 AM
Huntington City-Township Public Library invites the community to celebrate Library Lovers' Month by going on a "Blind Date with a Book."
Library staff members have selected a wide variety of items, wrapped them in red paper, and placed them on display at both the Main Library in Huntington and the Markle Branch Library. Patrons are invited to choose one or more wrapped titles and, just like any blind date, take a chance with the unknown.
"Blind Date with a Book" selections will include a wide range of authors, titles and fiction genres, with no clues visible on the outside to give away the contents.
Patrons will check the book out as usual, take it home and unwrap it to find out what they've chosen.
When borrowers return the book, they will be asked to fill out a ratings slip to let others know whether the date was a "Dud" or if they "Can't Wait for Another Date."