Fayetteville Public Library Introduces the Human Book

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) — The Fayetteville Public Library came to life on Saturday as visitors could check out personal testimonies. 

Stories ranged from a transgender person to people who have traveled the world. 

After the real person, or the book, is checked out, the listener would had 10 minutes to become a part of the life story. 

“They soon become [a] conversation. So it’s super interesting to see what questions people ask and their interests. So it’s not just a monologue from a book to a reader,” said Sebastian Garcia-Dastugue, human book.

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