bookless

bookless

(ˈbʊklɪs)
adj
1. having no books
2. uneducated, unaware of books
References in classic literature ?
And in this way, in those bookless days, the people were taught the Bible stories.
However, William Bookless emailed to disagree with those assessments of Fletcher.
MATCH made headlines in March 2014, when the innovative program partnered with the first bookless library in the nation--Bibliotech, which is also in Bexar County.
uk/join-board Bev Bookless, Chair, Healthwatch Newcastle
The bookless library is meant to help students become more tech savvy, but those longing for paper volumes can still check out physical books from Florida's 11 other public universities.
SOME workers at Kwik Save stores on Teesside were in line to lose a week's wages after fruit and veg retailer Bookless went bust.
And when you finish reading a hardback, you have a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of magnanimity as you pass it on to a needy library or a bookless buddy.
In Princeton history professor David Bell's article "The Bookless Library" http://www.
The line-up so far includes A Guy Called Gerald Live, Acid Mondays, Ben UFO, Benjamin Damage Live, Blackhall & Bookless, Craig Richards, Defex, DJ E.
In 2009, the school library at Cushing Academy in Boston announced that it was going bookless.
That makes BibiloTech the nation's only bookless public library, a distinction that has attracted people from as far away as Hong Kong who want to learn about the idea and possibly take it home.
That makes Bexar County's BiblioTech the nation's only bookless public library, a distinction that has attracted scores of digital bookworms, plus emissaries from as far away as Hong Kong who want to learn about the idea and possibly take it home.