With books, CDs and DVDs, library speaks 59 languages

A library in Queens, N.Y., has responded to a growing number of immigrants in the community by providing multimedia in foreign languages. Some, however, wonder whether making too much media available in native languages makes immigrants slower to assimilate. But librarians contend that getting people to the library makes them more likely to try an English text.

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