This post is part of the Where in the World Are You Reading monthly meme. Visit Kelly's blog for the August Linky.
I have a small confession to make. I've only been to my library twice in the five years that I've lived in McKinney. Once was to get my library card and the other time was to pick up an audiobook for work. We have two branch locations—one in our town's downtown (which is so cute but makes parking difficult) and the other less than a mile from my house.
I'm just not a checker-outer of books. Mostly because I'm a book hoarder and if I hoarded the library books they'd probably charge me a lot, but also because I'm kind of lazy. I don't mind taking a trip to check out the book but hate doing thing like returning items. I know.
With that said, however, I do use the library—quite a bit actually. McKinney has a great online selection of audiobooks that I can download without leaving the house. What I forget, though, is that while the online selection is limited, there is an even bigger collection at the actual physical library. I need to keep this in mind when I'm running low on those precious Audible credits!
And…as the babe gets older I'll start making trips to the children's section with her. What better time to scope out the children's section than for a blog post! So off we went to check out IT for me and browse through the books for babe. (Though IT was checked out and the babe lost interest quickly).
Presenting, McKinney, Texas library.
I hope you'll join us this month over at Kelly's as we visit libraries (hopefully all over the world?!)