Thursday, January 15, 2009

The coolest library in Pennsylvania







We go to the coolest library in Pennsylvania : )! It has a puppet theater staton, a giant doll house with hundreds of posable figures and accesories, a Thomas the Tank Engine table with trains, 8 computers with childrens games and coloring sheets available at all times.
Doesn't it sound amazing?
Do you go to the library? What is your favorite thing about your library?
If you ever come visit, we'll take you to see it!

17 comments:

Busy Bee Suz said...

This does look fun....even better? that fact that you take them there!!!!
We don't use our library as much as we used to....when the girls were younger we were there several times a week. plus, I used to hold my girl scout meetings there too.
The library system is a great asset to the public.

Carrie said...

I keep thinking I need to take Wyatt to the Library. I can't believe that he is 2 and I haven't taken him yet. He is however a bit loud for a Library!

Anonymous said...

My boys are like madmen in the library...but most of the other "book borrowers" don't seem to mind. Where is this great library located in PA?

Alicia said...

Hi there!! Oh, your library looks fun, and the kids definitely look like they are enjoying themselves!!

I love going to the library, although we have not gone in awhile! I like going to check out the old cartoons on VHS, and I just love being around books, period!!

Grandma J said...

Those kids are having a blast. You are a good mommy to take them. I used to take my kids to the library all the time. They had great programs and activities too. Sadly I don't go as often. I use the internet as a resource and Barnes and Noble too.

richies said...

Looks like such a great place. I'm sure my granddaughters would love it.

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Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

We use our local library a lot!
What a wonderful resourse.
My Little T even won some awards this past summer for all his reading!

Jessican said...

I love hearing about awesome community libraries! With all of the budget cuts and closings of public libraries about the country, it is great to hear about libraries that are able to increase their customer satisfaction. These days they are forced to accomplish more with a lot less.

I love my neighborhood library, but I love MY library the best. : )

SassyMomma said...

When my boys get a little older I plan on taking them to the library... But for now we just stick to the book sections in Wal-mart or Target... It's loud enough in there, so I don't have to worry about the boys disturbing "real" readers! LOL!

That does look like an awesome library though!

Rachel said...

Wow that does look like a cool library.

I just don't like it when we forget to return our books on time and have to pay late fees LOL

Where is your "follower" thing on your blog so we get notified when you have a new post.

April said...

That looks like a very fun place! I used to take my girls to the library all the time when they were younger. I, unfortunately, haven't been in years. I really miss those times!

Happy Friday, sweetie! ♥

Edwina at The Picket Fence said...

I work at an elementary school, so I go to the library a lots...I also enjoy taking my babies to the bookstore and we just sit in there for an hour or so and they love looking and reading (or have me read to them). READING is great...

Kara S. said...

Do you ever see my parents there? Sometimes I think they live at that library. I know they frequent the DVD section a lot if you look for them. Dad likes going next door to the grocery store for the freebie food snacks too. LOL

Hannah Noel said...

He reminds me so much of my nephew!!!

Rachel said...

Its a widget I believe in your layout screen...then it's the followers tab.

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

That does sound like a cool library. We love the library...probably a bit too much if you consider all of the late fees I pay!

Dawn said...

this does look like the best library ever! i think i could go and stay forever :) i love libraries- i worked in our school library for 2 years and it was definitely part of my heart.