Librarians bring the books
"She's one of the finest women who ever grew up in this area," Lynch said. "She would come every two weeks. I must have had 45 children in the one-room one-room one-room school, and when she would come they'd be so tickled. There weren't many books, but we would pass them around and try to let as many children read them as possible. They loved books like 'Robinson Crusoe,'