Who says a library has to stay in one place? Take a peek at a 1920 era office on wheels. … More Libraries Round the World: Riding the Rails
Visit a local book festival, often at a nearby library, and create your own unique book collection. … More Libraries Round the World: Build Your Own
The Mary Willis Public Library in the small town of Washington, Georgia is amazingly beautiful!
… More Libraries Round the World: The Mary Willis Library
Redcliffe Plantation’s house in South Carolina houses a library once used by a controversial congressman and the governor of S.C., and his descendant, a well-known magazine editor, based in New York City. … More Libraries Round the World: At the Redcliffe Plantation
Visit the United Nations for a uniquely, fascinating tour, and the work they are doing to combat global issues. … More Libraries Round the World: At the UN
Ready to lighten up? Well, maybe not in this “library” collection of film and TV costumes. But fantasies are free and easy. … More Libraries Round the World: For the Fashionista & Movie Watcher
The artwork at this Arizona library – a Chihuly glass chandelier masterpiece and set of glass panels depicting an entire day in the desert – makes this one of the best libraries strictly based on the quality of their art. … More Libraries Round the World: Chihuly’s Sun and Moon
Watch out for snakes and other wildlife when you visit this library. But it’s totally worth it – a beautiful spot! … More Libraries Round the World: In the Desert with Snakes!
If Mars had a library, it might look like this! Where else but Arizona? … More Libraries Round the World: Perfect for Planet Mars?
The Hohokam, a Native American prehistoric people, built a small hilltop village in what is now called the Tonto National Forest in Arizona about an hour ‘s drive north of Phoenix. The ruins, dating back to about 1050, were found by soldiers on patrol in 1867. The nearby Sears-Kay Ranch was established in 1887, and … More Libraries Round the World: An AZ Mystery