The Brooklyn Public Library announced Thursday that it will start the first phase of its reopening on July 13, allowing for grab-and-go book service after more than three months of virtual-only services.
“While our virtual library will continue to offer expanded digital collections, we know there is nothing quite like the pleasure of grabbing a new book in the summertime,” said Linda Johnson, CEO of the Brooklyn Public Library, in a statement.
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