The Perfect Library
Here’s my board for @kclibrary’s Pin Your Perfect Library contest. I love libraries!
Publishers need to figure out how e-books should work with libraries to make it easier and more accessible.
Awesome, helpful librarians (which I think KC already has, actually, and I'm not just sucking up).
biometric library cards? Although then I couldn't pick up my husband's books for him. Although maybe you could add people to your account or something.
Bring in fun things like this (that's my daughter in the pink shirt)... : )
Fast, wireless internet
Mark Bittman, Head chef of the library cafe?
Life on Sandy Point: July 2008
Peacock vibrant reading chairs. For a young adult section?
Barbara Kingsolver for Writer's Workshops and the Library Community Garden
Neal Stephenson, Genius in Residence + IT guy
In many ways, its popularity as a homeless hangout is no surprise because the library is centrally located, free, open to anyone, doesn't have security checks and has plenty of bathrooms. But the library has, well, begun to turn the page on the problem by hiring what is believed to be the country's first full-time psychiatric social worker stationed in a public library.
Make a skeleton from dried pasta.
Truffula Trees for the kids section
Archive II, David Garcia Studio
Kids Craft. Complete with taking and printing the picture...
Library display modeled after directional signs