Thursday, February 18, 2010

Read all about us!

One Island One Book made it to the front page of The Key West Citizen on Tuesday -- sparking a run on copies of "To Have and Have Not" at the library. Such a run, in fact, that we're currently out of the book. But that doesn't mean you're out of luck. You can get on the waiting list (there are lots of copies so you could get one before the program starts in March). Or you could hit one of the local bookstores, Voltaire or Key West Island Books, to get a copy. The program begins in less than two weeks -- fortunately, it's not a very long book!


  1. Congrats! The FKCC Library still has copies. We will personally deliver them to your library if they are requested through InterLibrary Loan.

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