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Had a move around in the library; like to keep them on their toes.
The fiction books remain in the same place but moved the mobile shelving for some of the non-fiction books to the middle of the room, leaving space for the mini sofa right in the middle of the fiction and non-fiction books ~ much more cosy! 301 more words
We are fortunate here in Brisbane Catholic Education in that almost every school has a library. This space, whether it is a state of the art, architect designed, contemporary I-Centre or a converted classroom made warm and welcoming with paint, cushions and a few comfy chairs provides not just an area to house books and resources, but a space where just about anything is possible! 608 more words
We like to think of books as metaphorical spaceships, able to transport us into the head of an interesting person or across the galaxy. But these gorgeous libraries, with their elegant, modern interior designs, look almost ready to truly blast into space. 180 more words
Globe and Mail, June 12, 2015
Clearly, there’s no need to shush. As I walk through the front doors of the main public library in Kitchener, Ont., I see movement and life all around: the traffic on the sidewalk through a wall of glass; the art installation dancing above my head, a jumble of printed leaves in cotton-candy pink; and people hanging out in the front room, like the couple snuggled into armchairs and reading to their young son. 800 more words