Choose libraries. Choose life. Choose literacy. Choose to empower yourself. Choose to be free and to ask questions. Choose to control your life rather than have it controlled for you. Choose to read a book, use a computer, listen to some music, watch a film. Choose to write a book, choose to blog, choose to make some music, to create a film. Choose to make a difference in your community by keeping your library open, for the good of everyone, not just the few. Choose to help people and choose to keep hope alive. Choose to show your politicians that libraries need to be developed since they help the poor, the underprivileged, the unemployed, the young and the old, they help everybody. Choose a librarian to give you honest, unbiased advice, help and assistance. Choose a library when you need the right answer, not thousands of them. Choose to use a library to stay safe online. Choose to spend time in a library because it’s better than being on the streets and you can learn stuff. Choose to drop into your local library for a chat, a coffee, and laugh and a joke. Choose to have fun in a library and treat it as your own space. Choose your library to help protect democracy, and to show people that reading, knowledge and learning is cool.