“…it’s possible that a librarian or volunteer reading books to children at a public library without paying royalties would be a violation of copyright, unless the work were in the public domain. To be free from possible litigation, libraries would have to confine themselves to reading Alice in Wonderland and the Oz stories.” –The Annoyed Librarian, March 26, 2012.
Read the following stories then share your comments. We want to hear from you! Should library storytimes be considered public performances and thus be subject to royalty fees?