I grew up with MacLean's books, loved them. It's nice to see them in large print, for fans who have reached a certain age.
However, I have to wonder: why doesn't the library purchase digital versions instead. Customers can adjust the font size on their Kobo or laptop or whatever device they use. They can even get larger sizes this way. The library would not need to store some extra-large books and move them from branch to branch.
The OPL could even buy some cheap e-readers and lend them to people who can't afford $70 to buy one.
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