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Here are a few standout libraries well worth driving out of town for, along with a sampling of special events they hold throughout the year. The design of this curved reading center was inspired by Navajo Nation architecture. This high-tech library is all about smart, environmentally friendly design like the sloped roof that catches rainwater to feed surrounding plants and a recycled-paper waterfall spanning three floors. Download the free Mommy Nearest app and start exploring.
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Clear walkways, glass elevators and a lack of interior load-bearing walls make this library open and airy. Taxes, fees not included for deals content. Is it any wonder this library is considered one of the most beautiful in the country? John F. Tinker Tots—themed stories and activities that explore a science or engineering concept. Brewster Ladies' Library Brewster.
Lee Library Lee. Learn More. No disrespect to your e-reader or anything, but nothing beats curling up with an actual book.
Kids love to crawl through and around the giant tree and past the ducks.
Thomas Crane Public Library Quincy. Five stories of glass, a rooftop garden and 360-degree views of the city? This Oklahoma University study haven features red brick, oversize windows and a handsome clock tower.
Good for Big Groups. Though there's plenty of comfy seating surrounding this area, we all know how much kids love to just curl up on the carpet when given the opportunity, and that's what young visitors tend to do around "the tree.