The midnight library is an awesome little place to get up early and enjoy an awesome book
By Emma MowbrayPublished November 17, 2018 10:17:06We all know the midnight reading is a bit of a craze at our local libraries, but what if it wasn’t?
That’s exactly what this local public library has done, opening a new branch in the city centre.
The Midnight Library is an inclusive and inclusive community library, a community where books are freely available to the public and the community is encouraged to have a role in the creation and operation of this library.
“At Midnight, we are dedicated to building a library that will be open to all, and that is why we are proud to open this new branch, which will include a library dedicated to reading and learning,” said Midnight Library Chairwoman Linda Aitken.
Aitken said the Midnight Library has a unique role in supporting libraries in their efforts to make libraries accessible and inclusive.
“Our Midnight Library branch is an innovative addition to our city’s library network, and the first of its kind in the area,” she said.
“We have had a successful run of public library branches across the country and in Australia.”
The Midnight library is a new addition to the Midnight community and a great opportunity for the community to have their voices heard.
“The library will be able to provide a wide range of reading materials for anyone who wants to access books, but it will also include books, audio books and video.
A copy of the Midnight Book Club’s guide to local reading can be found here.