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

Libraries Round the World: Fritztown, Texas

The Texas Hill Country, about an hour north of San Antonio and west of Austin, brings you to some old German immigrant towns of the 1800s. Fritztown, officially named Fredericksburg, is one of the most popular, and they have a beautiful historic library!  On weekends crowds wander down Main Street, aka Hauptstrasse, in a historic district … More Libraries Round the World: Fritztown, Texas