The book was expected back on September 8, 1976, the Owasso Library said in a Facebook post.
A book past due from a library in Oklahoma, the United States, was at last returned after over forty years. The Owasso Library posted a duplicate of “Annie”, saying thanks to the nearby who returned it 46 years after the book was looked at.
“Much obliged to you to whoever returned this duplicate of Annie to us! As per within pocket, this book was expected back to the Central Library on September 8, 1976. Just 46 years past due!” the library said in its Facebook post. Clients were entertained, with some of them showing worry about late charges.
“For those of you who are stressed over late fines…this book was looked at before PC frameworks, so it was basically impossible for us to tell who had it looked at. Also the library no longer charges past due fines so no concerns one way or another!” the library said in the remark segment. The post was first shared on May 27 and from that point forward, has gotten near 350 preferences.
We have a few oldies with cards still in them. They were offered by schools at a certain point. I trust that was the situation here. So slick to see things individuals hang on as well!” a client remarked.
“You want Mr. Bookman, the Library Cop,” said another. Last month, a book was gotten back to University College London Library with a note that said, “Dear Librarian, I dread this book is nearly 50 years past due!”