Libraries Round the World: On Denmark’s Other Coast

Esbjerg (pronounced s-b-yer), a port city with 80,000 residents, is an unusual stop on a tour of Scandinavia. If you travel directly west from Copenhagen, stop when you reach the North Sea and spend a few days in Denmark’s fifth-largest city.  Esbjerg and I have a long personal history, and I stopped to reminisce at Esbjerg … More Libraries Round the World: On Denmark’s Other Coast

Libraries Round the World: Without a Ceiling or Walls

Hidden behind the vibrant green northern tree line of Bryant Park in New York City lies an open-air library. A designated Reading Room where visitors can temporarily borrow books, newspapers, and magazines during the spring, summer, and fall. Trying to read while wearing a thick parka on a cold winter day outside wouldn’t be much … More Libraries Round the World: Without a Ceiling or Walls