A Fun Little Story on a line of people who moved a library, well, about 200 books that marked the last of 200,000 to be moved from a shared library.
Those in the line - infants to people over 70 - hailed from as far away as Germany, Mexico, Ghana and England. They began lining up about 10:30 a.m. Just before 11 o'clock Allen Mueller, director of the Luhr Library, handed out the first book - "Library Evaluation: A Casebook and Can Do Guide."
Volunteers clapped as the books began changing hands.
Some people took a moment to read titles: "Peru Before the Incas," "Managing Electronic Resources" and even "From Here to There, Moving a Library."
As adults passed books to the preschoolers from Faith Academy, one book and then another dropped to the ground.