The pandemic closed library doors, but their books are open for reading.
Wake County Public Libraries were one of many county facilities impacted by COVID-19. Yet officials say the libraries are continuing programs and offering free resources to the public.
“When we first started feeling the effects of COVID-19, Wake County Public Libraries staff jumped into action to provide digital resources for residents,” said Alice Avery, a county spokesperson. “These range from audiobooks and e-books to virtual storytimes and coloring pages.”
Those services are expanding.
Books on the Go began June 15. The service allows no-contact pickup for library materials.
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