Well, I think some people do – it’s up to the individual librarian.

If you’re a hands on kind of person, who like to know whats going on, then maybe a logbook makes sense. Think of it like a ‘visitor book’ for your library.

People will:

  • Enthuse and say thanks to you in the logbook
  • Leave each other book recommendations
  • Record which books they leave, if they are inclined to do so (“50 Shades of Grey, left by Sister Innocenta of St Marys Church”)

Try it, and see what happens – then share you story with us.