When I was younger, my mum would take me to the library for a storytelling session.
I enjoyed listening to all the stories from the books, and since I could not read that well, I would intently listen to the lady narrating and imagine myself in the story.
I would take my kids to the library when I grew up and became a cooling specialist. They loved it there, too. When the administration called the air conditioning business complaining that the cooling equipment was not functioning, I scheduled immediate air conditioning repairs because I knew how much the kids loved going to the library. Apart from the children, some scholars would study the books in the other part of the library. It was a communal environment. The librarian confirmed that the air conditioning installation was done about ten years ago, which meant that the cooling equipment was pretty new. We started with the repairs and replaced several worn-out parts. We also changed the air conditioning filters while the a/c rep advised the administration about the unit’s regular maintenance. The library was empty while we worked on the cooling product. The librarian told us that a government organization had donated the air conditioning system to the library to promote indoor comfort and the culture of reading. With the new age, many people have stopped reading, at least physical books. The government ministry was looking for a way for people to love and enjoy reading again. The library also had material for novice a/c reps who wanted to learn more about air conditioning and cooling technology and become air conditioning experts. By the time we left the library, the unit was working well, and the indoor comfort had significantly increased.