Clarendon Hills Public Library breaks circulation record
CLARENDON HILLS – In July, the Clarendon Hills Public Library, which owns a collection of about 55,000 items, set an all-time record by circulating more than 10,000 items in a single month, 10,447 to be precise, according to a news release from the library.
The recently renovated main floor of the library features displays of new books and DVDs in addition to a welcoming area where guests can browse the latest newspapers, magazines and new books.
The library’s lower level also houses children’s books, magazines and videos in addition to stuffed animals, puzzles and cozy chairs. The circulation of children’s books also broke records this summer, showing a 13-percent increase over the same period in 2012.
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