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I wondered why it was so hard to find older, even popular older, books at the library for myself as well as my children (school-aged and teens). I moved to Tucson 4 years ago, and live on the southwest side of town. I was shocked when I figured out that there are no book stores on the southside. If you Google book stores, 85746 or 06, there is a religious book store, but otherwise no non-religious book stores. We have to go to Walmart or Target to buy books or trekk over to 4th Ave., Barnes & Noble, or Bookman's if we want a real book store. 4th Ave. is not that far, but it disturbs me that we don't have a single book store on the southside. This, coupled with the library's discard policy, only enforces my disappointment with AZ, even somewhat more moderate and/or liberal Tucson. :(

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Posted by karla_marieg on 07/06/2012 at 4:33 AM

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