Librarians at the Winona, Minnesota, Public Library are thrilled to get back a book that was checked out some 35 years ago.
It's called "Small Voices: A Grownup's Treasury of Selections from the Diaries, Journals and Notebooks of Young Children."
It's a collection of journal entries prominent public figures had written as kids.
Someone left it in the library's drop-box as part of Amnesty Week for overdue books.
The Winona Daily News reports the fine would have been more than $1,400.