Boise Public Library, the oldest public library in the US, is hosting an AMA on Reddit, asking the community to rate and comment on its offerings.
The subreddit, which has a userbase of over 2 million, is designed to provide users with an overview of the library’s offerings.
Users have to answer questions in order to rate, comment and upload their library’s catalogues, and to add new items, according to the post.
The library has more than 700,000 catalogues available on its website, and it has more content than it does books, according the post on Reddit.
The library has also released a new book, “Book of Love: The Story of the Book of Love”, on September 12.