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    • erudio

      Brentwood Public Library (Tennesse). Children's Department

    • April N

      this would be awesome as a child's room

    • Beverley .

      Brentwood Library Image is of the doorway to the Story Room, the walls of which look like giant books sculpted with scenes from the story on their covers and with an awning made to resemble an open book facedown over the walkway, the opening lines of a fairy tale glowing from it.

    • Madeline Winchester

      This is where I read to the kids in my book store I work at want

    • Katherine Bernthal

      Brentwood Library - Once upon a time... Now that is a story time room :)

    • Wendy Bearden

      Brentwood Library Children's Department (Sep, 2009) © BRENTWOOD LIBRARY (Tennessee, USA) via Picasa......Every school should be given the money to do this to their library....oh and I want this in my house too. :-)

    • Alison C

      Brentwood Library Children's Department (Sep, 2009) © BRENTWOOD LIBRARY (Tennessee, USA). I would have just moved in here if I'd had this as a kid.

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