Red and gray. I remembered it was red and gray. That’s all I remembered. Never thought I’d track it down. I saw them when I was like 11 years old, had them for a few years, probably got rid of them in a garage sale or something. “The life cycle library for young people”. Found it through Internet Archive and their National Emergency Library which is temporarily suspending lending limits as libraries across the USA are closed. What makes Internet Archive a unique resource is that they scan OLD books that are unavailable anywhere else. What library is going to have this set of books? Yet, it’s still copyrighted. So what to do? They have a solution and it works easily – and now, it’s even easier.

Red and gray. I remembered it was red and gray. That’s all I remembered. Never thought I’d track it down.
 
I saw them when I was like 11 years old, had them for a few years, probably got rid of them in a garage sale or something.
 
“The life cycle library for young people”. Found it through Internet Archive and their National Emergency Library which is temporarily suspending lending limits as libraries across the USA are closed.
 
What makes Internet Archive a unique resource is that they scan OLD books that are unavailable anywhere else. What library is going to have this set of books? Yet, it’s still copyrighted. So what to do? They have a solution and it works easily – and now, it’s even easier.

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