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Libraries are the thin red line between civilization and barbarism.
[Libraries on the Front Lines, ALA interview 2011] ~ Neil Gaiman
Rudisill Library quotes by Neil Gaiman
I'm not an atheist. I don't think I can call myself a pantheist. The problem involved is too vast for our limited minds. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. ~ Albert Einstein
Rudisill Library quotes by Albert Einstein
We can stop and see if the library has a copy of Hiding from the Mob in Ten Easy Steps. Maybe there'll be some tip in there that I've missed. ~ Suzanne Brockmann
Rudisill Library quotes by Suzanne Brockmann
An evil librarian is taking over the school. He appears to be making my best friend his special evil library monitor. ~ Michelle Knudsen
Rudisill Library quotes by Michelle Knudsen
I was brought up in a home where I saw my parents read and I was taken to bookshops and libraries, so I grew up feeling very comfortable around books. Also, Ireland is a country which has honoured its writers and poets, so when someone says they wanted to be a writer, its not mocked or looked down upon. ~ Michael Scott
Rudisill Library quotes by Michael Scott
I cannot comprehend the neglect of a family library in such days as these.
- Mr. Darcy ~ Jane Austen
Rudisill Library quotes by Jane Austen
Perhaps no place in any community is so totally democratic as the town library. The only entrance requirement is interest. ~ Claudia Alta Johnson
Rudisill Library quotes by Claudia Alta Johnson
I'm a sucker for lost worlds. I was nostalgic even as a child. I was happiest in my hometown library in Adams, Mass., where nothing seemed to change. ~ Stacy Schiff
Rudisill Library quotes by Stacy Schiff
As a child, recognizing my difference from other kids, I went to the local public library to try to better understand my reality. Back then, many library card catalogues didn't even list 'homosexuality' as a topic. ~ James McGreevey
Rudisill Library quotes by James McGreevey
Dad was standing in front of the big windows when I got to the library, his hands clasped behind his back in the classic "I am so disappointed in my offspring" pose.
"Dad? Um,Lara said you wanted to see me."
He turned around, his mouth a hard line. "Yes.Did you have a nice time with Daisy and Nick last night?"
I fought the urge to reach into my pocket and touch the coin. "Not particularly."
He didn't say anything, so we just stared at each other until I started feeling fidgety. "Look, if you're going to punish me, I'd really rather just get it over with."
Dad kept staring. "Would you like to know how I spent my evening? Well, not evening, really, so much as very early morning hours."
Inwardly, I groaned. Mrs. Casnoff sometimes pulled this maneuver: she'd say she wasn't mad, and then proceeded to list all the ways my screwup had inconvenience her. Maybe they taught it at those fancy schools nonreject Prodigium got to go to. "Sure."
"I spent those hours on the phone. Do you know with whom?"
"One of those psychic hotlines?"
Dad gritted his teeth. "If only. No, I was busy assuring no less than thiry influential witches, warlocks, shifters, and faeries that surely, my daughter-the future head of the Council, I should add-had not injured over a dozen innocent Prodigum while attempting to escape a nightclub during a raid by L'Occhio di Dio."
"I didn't hurt them!" I exclaimed. Then I remembered just how hard they had hit the wall, and ~ Rachel Hawkins
Rudisill Library quotes by Rachel Hawkins
A library is an ever-growing entity; it multiples seemingly unaided, it reproduces itself by purchase, theft, borrowings, gifts, by suggesting gaps through association, by demanding completion of sorts. ~ Alberto Manguel
Rudisill Library quotes by Alberto Manguel
What I would like to do is make sure every primary school child has a library card, so where parents don't get their children library cards, we'll see if we can get schools to step in and make sure that every child has one. ~ Malorie Blackman
Rudisill Library quotes by Malorie Blackman
A man walks into a library and says, 'I hope you don't have a book on reverse psychology. ~ Henny Youngman
Rudisill Library quotes by Henny Youngman
The Holy Bible is the greatest book. ~ Lailah Gifty Akita
Rudisill Library quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
Here is where people,
One frequently finds,
Lower their voices
And raise their minds.
~ Richard Armour
Rudisill Library quotes by Richard Armour
All you need in life is truth and beauty and you can find both at the Public Library. ~ Studs Terkel
Rudisill Library quotes by Studs Terkel
I am hard-pressed to find a successful writer who doesn't have a similar story to mine - transformation through the public library. ~ Karin Slaughter
Rudisill Library quotes by Karin Slaughter
For me, the historical and genealogical library is the one I use. I'm working on, I'll say, it's a time travel novel. I haven't written very much of it. That's the dirty secret of the Cullman center: The writers don't write their fiction there, they just do their research. ~ Andrew Sean Greer
Rudisill Library quotes by Andrew Sean Greer
Let me be candid. If I had to rank book-acquisition experiences in order of comfort, ease, and satisfaction, the list would go like this: 1. The perfect independent bookstore, like Pygmalion in Berkeley. 2. A big, bright Barnes & Noble. I know they're corporate, but let's face it - those stores are nice. Especially the ones with big couches. 3. The book aisle at Walmart. (It's next to the potting soil.) 4. The lending library aboard the U.S.S. West Virginia, a nuclear submarine deep beneath the surface of the Pacific. 5. Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore. ~ Robin Sloan
Rudisill Library quotes by Robin Sloan
The International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (ISTAC) ... to establish a superior library reflecting the religious and intellectual traditions both of the Islamic and Western civilizations. ~ Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas
Rudisill Library quotes by Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas
They are sacred, modest rendezvous between maidens," she said. "Being a library, it's quiet and only certain people come here, so there aren't many interruptions. They say that ever since before anyone can remember, it's been a popular rendezvous spot for girls who long to see each other. People started calling it 'The Secret Garden.' Although the meetings are called 'rendezvous,' that doesn't necessarily mean that anything particularly 'big' happens. ~ Anonymous
Rudisill Library quotes by Anonymous
I feel like now if you're going to start a band you have to have an Instagram full of yourself looking a certain way, lined up like five dudes in mugshot alley, hanging out by the bridge or up against the wall, or "We're in a library for some reason!" ~ Babatunde Adebimpe
Rudisill Library quotes by Babatunde Adebimpe
He was intrigued by the power of words, not the literary words that filled the books in the library but the sharp, staccato words that went into the writing of news stories. Words that went for the jugular. Active verbs that danced and raced on the page. ~ Robert Cormier
Rudisill Library quotes by Robert Cormier
For the best part of my childhood I visited the local library three or four times a week, hunching in the stacks on a foam rubber stool and devouring children's fiction, classics, salacious thrillers, horror and sci-fi, books about cinema and origami and natural history, to the point where my parents encouraged me to read a little less. ~ David Nicholls
Rudisill Library quotes by David Nicholls
Even though we don't admit it, every single one of us aspires to be like somebody, whether they live in the world today, within the bard's lyrics, or on the pages in the Library ~ Evan Meekins
Rudisill Library quotes by Evan Meekins
Have you ever even been dumped before?" Mac asked. "Yeah. Victoria Hanson." "You were seventeen then." "Still. I've been dumped and it sucked." "You got head in the library the next day." "That's how I grieve. ~ Lina Andersson
Rudisill Library quotes by Lina Andersson
You're afraid of being vulnerable, physically and emotionally. You're afraid of loving completely. Most of all, you're afraid you'll live your whole life without ever being truly happy because you don't even know what it is that will make you happy. You're afraid of not being passionate enough or brave enough to live. But you are. You are brave because not only did you go to the library with me today, you were the one who insisted we go. ~ Cassia Leo
Rudisill Library quotes by Cassia Leo
But with the library, it's like catnip, I suppose: you begin to run in circles because there's so much to look at and read. ~ Ray Bradbury
Rudisill Library quotes by Ray Bradbury
Thus, the standard library will serve as both a tool and as a teacher. ~ Bjarne Stroustrup
Rudisill Library quotes by Bjarne Stroustrup
Whoever would do good in the world, ought not to deal in censure. We ought not to destroy, but rather construct. ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Rudisill Library quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
A teenager deserves a library that recognizes reality. He needs an information source and study area that does not impose arbitrary, crippling rules on him. His library should recognize that dignity and silence are not prior requisites to learning [ ... ] He would like, needs, and deserves for other people to stop trying to protect him and allow him the right to choose information for himself [ ... ] Most of all the teenager needs people in libraries to recognize and accept him as a respectable human being. ~ Anne Osborn
Rudisill Library quotes by Anne Osborn
All we are asking for is balance. I would like to think that I could walk into a public library and find not only works by Gloria Steinem but also those of Phyllis Schlafly. I would like to think a teenager could be taught in sex education that a serious alternative to abortion is teenage abstinence, or should pregnancy occur, that adoption might be preferable. I am not trying, as the ad says, to shove religion down anyone's throat. But I do think everyone has a right, and that the Christian voice is being chocked off. ~ Cal Thomas
Rudisill Library quotes by Cal Thomas
By AD 800, so redeemed was Arabic from the contempt in which it had once been held that its sound had come to rank as the very music of power, and its cursives as things of pure beauty, refined to a rare and exquisite perfection by the art of its calligraphers.

Among the Arabs, the written word was on the verge of becoming a mania. One scholar, when he died in 822, left behind him a library that filled a whole six hundred trunks. ~ Tom Holland
Rudisill Library quotes by Tom Holland
Two library visits in one evening. Why, it could become a habit. ~ J.D. Robb
Rudisill Library quotes by J.D. Robb
A few books well chosen, and well made use of will be more profitable than a great confused Alexandrian library. ~ Thomas Fuller
Rudisill Library quotes by Thomas Fuller
John Armato, a Public relations executive, cherishes his growing Library of Candidates. When people ask him if he's actually read all those books, he asks them if they've actually eaten all the food in their kitchen. "It is good to put up a supply of books; it increases the odds that you'll have what you want when you're hungry for it," he says ~ Steve Leveen
Rudisill Library quotes by Steve Leveen
I read the 'New Yorker' when I was a kid. I used to love the cartoons and pick the cartoons out of the library, so I felt I knew the world of their cartoons. ~ Bruce Eric Kaplan
Rudisill Library quotes by Bruce Eric Kaplan
Peg was involved in a common form of senior-year panic that caused its victims to exhibit permanent distraction and to take up residence in the library. ~ Pamela Dean
Rudisill Library quotes by Pamela Dean
In the same library book that taught me about Theia and how the moon was made, I read that Earth travels two hundred million miles around the sun between fall and spring.
Some people die without ever having left their hometown, and yet they could be ninety million miles from where they were born.
We're all just ants, riding a bus on a highway too long to comprehend. ~ Jack Heath
Rudisill Library quotes by Jack Heath
I steal things from people, characteristics, and I just stock them in my head like a library to use for characters in the future. ~ Luke Mably
Rudisill Library quotes by Luke Mably
There's a vast fraternity of record collectors, and the record store was their hub. There was not a lot of information on these groups or the labels so you'd gather [there] and it would be like a library. - Lenny Kaye quoted ~ Gary Calamar
Rudisill Library quotes by Gary Calamar
I have always had a special affinity for libraries and librarians, for the most obvious reasons. I love books. (One of my first Jobs was shelving books at a branch of the Chicago Public Library.) Libraries are a pillar of any society. I believe our lack of attention to funding and caring for them properly in the United States has a direct bearing on problems of literacy, productivity, and our inability to compete in today's world. Libraries are everyman's free university. ~ John Jakes
Rudisill Library quotes by John Jakes
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