Why are there so many libraries in London?
A few years ago, when I first started getting into libraries, it was a strange thing, as I had no idea where I would find them.
As a child, my father would come to visit and find out where I lived and we’d spend time talking.
I didn’t have any idea how to ask around about libraries, or how to start a conversation.
Then I found out about the National Library of Australia and I was amazed at the number of libraries in the country.
I remember being a child and looking at the huge number of books I could pick up on the street, and I remember wanting to go and see one myself.
In Australia, the National Libraries of Australia have been around since 1888, and they operate as part of the Australian Department of Education.
The National Library was founded in 1871 by Charles Darwin to ensure Australia had a place for his ideas.
It has a collection of more than 30,000 books, including works by Sir Isaac Newton, Darwin, James Watt, Sir John Mackay and Sir William Thomson.
Since then, it has expanded to include more than 80,000 volumes, covering more than 1,200 languages.
A library is where you can go and borrow books from a range of different sources.
Read more: Aussie Library: A place to get your library fix