Ohio airport kiosk offers short stories on recycled paper

Passengers at the Akron-Canton Airport can now get a story printed on recycled paper while waiting for their flight, according to The Vindicator. The library has teamed with Akron-Summit County Public Library and the Knight Foundation on a short story dispenser.

The kiosk holds thousands of short stories in several genres for adults and children. Pam Hickson-Stevenson, library director, said the kiosk will help reinforce the joy and importance of reading.

Such kiosks are also available at the Akron Children's Hospital and The Robert K. Pfaff Metro RTA Transit Center.

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