Published 8:22 am Monday, May 1, 2017
Over the weekend, the Centre College Library and the Boyle County Public Library hosted “The HUMAN Library” project. This unique event featured “living books,” allowing attendees to hear real stories from real people, gaining a glimpse into their life experiences.
Above, “book” Margaret Kaus, left, discusses her topic, “The Trifecta: Living and thriving with ADHS, Anxiety and Depression” with Georgia de Araujo.
John Pinick, left, checks out the “human book” Allen Arth to learn about Native American folklore and culture.