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Libraries Can Help Turn Kids Around

August 07, 1994

Randy Lewis' feature interview with author Gary Paulsen ("He Owes It All to Librarians and Dogs," July 31) was indeed a noteworthy piece on the struggles and accomplishments of the talented writer.

Of particular worth were Paulsen's significant comment on the need to help today's youth survive, and his recognition of libraries and librarians as institutions that have great and far-reaching potential to help children and often turn around lives of those who are adrift.

In current times when libraries are losing funding, we must continually be reminded of the importance of keeping our libraries alive and healthy.

NANCY SMILER LEVINSON

Beverly Hills

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