Today, Lindsay's class walked from the primary school to the public library, which is about 8 blocks away. Fran the librarian gave them a tour (if you can imagine, our town has about 14,000 residents, so our library is just a big room with a smaller room for the children's books, a gallery, and a conference room) and read them a story.
"Was it a good field trip, Lindsay?"
"Well," Lindsay replied, "The library is nice. Fran the librarian readed us a book about bear hugs. But something bugged me."
"What was that?"
"We went to the library, and we weren't allowed to take out a book."
"Oh. Well, you're going to go to your school library tomorrow...you can take out a book then."
"But it doesn't even make sense to go to a library and NOT take out a book."
Can't argue with that.