Library News Round-up: 6 July 2015

THE GUARDIAN : 6th July
E-lending won’t put a big dent in book sales 
Lending them to the 51% of the population with library cards will likely have a negligible effect on book sales, just as 165 years of public libraries haven’t put bookshops out of business.
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jul/06/ebook-lending-wont-put-big-dent-book-sales

York Press : 6th July
Tomorrow is a vital day for North Yorkshire libraries
http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/13371676.Tomorrow_is_a_vital_day_for_North_Yorkshire_libraries/

Gloucester Citizen : 6th July
Book-swap buses swing into action in Gloucester with new Stagecoach reading initiative
http://www.gloucestercitizen.co.uk/Book-swap-buses-swing-action-Gloucester-new/story-26842757-detail/story.html

Cambridge News : 5th July
Services for drug addicts and alcoholics could be delivered at Cambridgeshire libraries
http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Cambridge-libraries-host-8216-social-prescribing/story-26837129-detail/story.html

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