RADEBEUL, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 22: Early editions of 19th-century German writer Karl May's Wild West and Orient series stand in his original library in the Karl May Museum, May's former residence, on February 22, 2017 in Radebeul, Germany. May's Wild West series, with its protaganists of Old Shatterhand and Winnetou, is an indelible facet of central European childhood literature and has sold millions of copies worldwide. May was born on February 25, 1842 and his 175th birthday occurs this coming Saturday. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

The school season is upon us! That means essays, homework, and endless projects will be due. In order to get some work completed, some students think it’s better to head to the library.

Here are six reasons why studying at the library is the best.

It’s super quiet!

If you live in a dorm or have younger siblings, you understand it’s hard to get some silence. Heading to the library will help you to focus and not be distracted by your surroundings.

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