Libraries and the books they hold play a vital role in our world. This one-act play explores a possible future where communities stop supporting libraries. Discover what a small group must do to save the past for the future...no matter what the cost.
Today libraries across the country are being closed due to lack of community and government support. The circumstances presented in this play are all too real.
What would you do if faced with these decisions? What can you do now to prevent it from happening? The future of libraries and books is in your hands.
Pages: A Library Play by D R Sanchez is an excellent book! After reading it I decided to buy enough copies to actually do a production of it in my community and have some copies to share with friends across the country. At 40 pages, it is short enough for anyone to find time to read. The book/play has a very important message! I also feel it would be a great addition to every high school English literature class curriculum.
A contemporary theme in today's market! Pages examines the demise of libraries and the dangers of the digital age in this futuristic play. Will print books be forever banned? D R Sanchez's unique perspective makes us ask that question. Pages is a perfect play to put on in your local libraries or schools. I would love to see it produced all across the nation.
Compelling little read about a cultural assault on libraries. Expect the unexpected and enjoy. This would be a great addition to any book club associated with a library, or as required reading for the Friends of Libraries group. It's rich with discussion potential.
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