This is a feel-good place, as comfortable as a pair of well-worn slippers, and equally as inviting. We stopped here to visit the part of the library that handles book sales and walked away with some prized reads. It is a small part of the library but well worth the visit.
So much of the library welcomes you. The upper level houses the childrens' books, while a large main room downstairs is adorned wih an interesting sculpture of a horse with children on his back. Young patrons were resting comfortably in the near-by chairs (true testament to its welcoming and home-style nature).
The research room is so serious; how could anyone disturb that solitude? Some major fact-finding was in progress there. The room is well-appointed, heavy on the wood accents and furniture, and conducive to meditation and solitude.
This library was a special pace and we are so glad we happened upon the library and spent some time there. It is, after all, what makes a city what it is.
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