Wednesday, October 29, 2008

How libraries helped me discover my world

As part of London Public Library Week, which ends Saturday, library users were invited to write about 250 words on the subject of how libraries helped them "discover their world."

The contest -- called My Life. My Library. My Story -- was judged by London Public Library playwright-in-residence Dave Carley, marketing manager Christina Nurse, and Free Press managing editor Joe Ruscitti.

Here are the winning entries

1 comment:

London Public Library said...

We received many entries from Londoners all telling us the important role the library had played in their lives. It was difficult to narrow it down to three! How fortunate we are to work in public libraries and provide such wonderful opportunities and experiences for people.

Thanks for posting about our contest.
London Public Library