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Our pupils and teachers go there to read, to find some magazines or newspapers or to prepare for a report. Sometimes teachers prepare for lessons at our school library. In Greece and Rome the earliest books were written on tablets of wood match the Pueblo or pieces of bark covered with wax, and writing was possible upon them with a small stick called "match the Pueblo stylus". In Assyria and Babylonia clay tablets were used for writing and the words were match the Pueblo drawn with a piece of wood. They were long-lasting and some of them survived until the present day.

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