"The Man Who Saved Robinson Crusoe" was returned on Tuesday after being borrowed on Aug. 4, 1977.

By: KDKA-TV Staff

MONROEVILLE, Pa. (KDKA) — It is never too late to return an overdue library book.

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An overdue library book was returned 43 years to the day after it was first borrowed from the Monroeville Public Library. In a Facebook post, the library said “The Man Who Saved Robinson Crusoe” by James Poling was returned on Tuesday after being borrowed on Aug. 4, 1977.

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(Photo Credit: Monroeville Public Library)

The library is using this to remind everyone about its fine policy.

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“A great opportunity to remember that Monroeville Library is fine free. Return any overdue materials you may have in our book drops, which are conveniently open 24/7. No need to be nervous!” the post on Facebook reads.