Some people take a fitness class before heading to work. Others jog a mile or two. Jennifer Kenealy, 45, gets her morning workout by hauling boxes of children’s books to schools, recreation centers, youth-focused nonprofit organizations and other sites. These are spots where children of low-income families congregate as part of Alexandria Book Shelf (ABS), a citywide literacy program run by the uber-creative DreamDog Foundation.
Well, here's another reason to buy e-books - evidently libraries are struggling to deal with the problem of bedbugs hiding out in their books and then being spread to patrons' homes, especially when they read in bed at night.
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