SCHOOL HAS just started and it is time to get back to the books and start studying for another successful semester. With midterms coming up soon, many students are searching the library for books to help them pass their exams. Once they find the right books, they look inside and notice something different about these books.
These books don't seem like library books. What's wrong with these books? Although the markings may help some students study for exams, shouldn't library books be handled with care and returned in the same condition they were borrowed?