A 13-year-old boy, a resident of Moravia, visits his community library almost every day after school and even on vacation, and, if they would open on weekends, he would also be there on Saturdays and Sundays.
Many times he arrives alone; other times he gets together with friends to visit the library.
In a report by La Nacion, there he spends between four and five hours, but not precisely studying or reading. He spends his time watching videos, surfing on Facebook or playing video games on the computer.
“I always come to use the computers and the Internet to see Facebook or I go to the games. My mom knows that I am here, I have been coming since I started school,” said the young man who starts