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Posted: Saturday, January 12, 2013 12:00 am

This week’s Take a Page... patron is Calie Smith, who frequents the Abrahams Library, at 5111 N. 90th St. Smith, 27, moved to Omaha from a small farm town during high school. She now works at PayPal in the financial operations department. She enjoys reading historical books because she is amazed to learn about what has brought us to where we are now. She also had grandfathers that served during World War II, and learning about that time period gives her a better sense of why they are who they are. That aside, she claims that romantic novels are any single girl’s best friend. She uses the Abrahams Library because it’s close and convenient. “I read everything! I’ve learned how to crochet, learned about the Rockies, and every country of my heritage. Where else can you walk in and gain a free education? Where else can you get free entertainment?”

Smith’s recommended reads:

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