Posted November 15, 2018 06:22:10 If you want to make your home library an absolute must-have for your family, the United States is the best place to start, according to a new report by The New York Times.
The U.K. has the most library facilities, followed by Germany, France, and Spain.
This may come as a surprise, considering the U, S., and Canada are all pretty much the same size.
But the U of A has the largest library system of any country, at more than 16,000 public and private libraries.
The New Yorker recently published an exhaustive report on the best and worst libraries in the world, and the U has the third-largest library system in the United Kingdom, after the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
“In this country, the library is so important,” wrote Charles K. Stoddart, a New Yorker reporter who is also the author of The Library, the definitive guide to public and nonprofit libraries in America.
“The library is the most powerful force for social change, and it is the one institution that can give a voice to all of us in the 21st century.”
The U of I and the University of British Columbia are both also in the top five.
Other top 10 include the University (second), University of Virginia (third), Harvard University (fourth), and the California Institute of Technology (fifth).
“In all of those rankings, the U is not the first place to make the cut,” Stoddert wrote.
“But in a lot of cases it’s the only place to go.”
Here’s the list of the top 10 libraries in each country: The U.k. has 7,500 public libraries, with an additional 4,000 for community groups.
The country’s libraries have been in place since the mid-19th century, and they have evolved to include a variety of services for students, families, and people who work in libraries.
Some of those services include free access to libraries and the ability to print out books for free.
Other services include a “library card,” which allows library patrons to use their credit card to make purchases at any public library in the country.
The card is also available to those who are on a government payroll.
There are also “special library services,” such as a free computer for employees and a bookshop for students.
France has more than 10,000 libraries, and some of the best are in Paris.
In the capital, the Bibliothèque Nationale du France (BNFN) is the world’s largest, with about 10,200 public libraries.
Germany has about 9,000 publicly owned libraries, including about 5,000 in Berlin, which has an estimated 4 million people.
The city also has a free public library system called the Deutsche Lösungspolitik, or Library of Literature, which serves students, professors, and staff at public universities and technical colleges.
The Bundeslibrary, an organization that runs the library system, is also in charge of providing free access for students at schools, libraries, museums, and other places where they are enrolled.
The United Kingdom has 1,700 libraries, which include the Royal Library, which is a state-owned, state-funded institution.
The government has an agreement with a private library that provides access to public libraries in London, Birmingham, and Cambridge, as well as to the city of Portsmouth.
The United States has 2,800 libraries, as of 2018, with nearly 9,500 libraries open to the public.
Spain has nearly 9.5 million public libraries and about 7.5 billion books, with some of that book-buying power concentrated in Madrid.
Spain has some of Europe’s best public libraries: the Spanish National Library of Catalonia (ESNLC) is a major institution in Barcelona, the Spanish Library of the University in Madrid, and Madrid’s La Silla library.
“The library system is a symbol of democracy, democracy is a force for freedom, democracy makes a difference,” said Daniel Strom, director of the Institute for Library and Information Studies at the University at Buffalo.
“It’s about people having access to knowledge.”
He also said that libraries serve as a sort of digital “digital ghetto.”
Germany and France have about 8 million and 6 million public library systems, respectively.
Spain and France also have public libraries at about 6 million and 5 million public locations, respectively, according the report.
The National Library in Madrid has the second-largest public library network in the European Union behind only the United Nations (UN).
The Netherlands has about 6.8 million public and public libraries with about 3.8 billion books.
In addition to libraries, public spaces are also vital in many European countries.
Public parks are a critical part of the public spaces in the Netherlands, for example, as are public playgrounds.
The Netherlands has also seen a renaissance in public libraries that are becoming