The 8 Most Incredible Children’s Libraries in the World
Childhood imagination is the brightest thing in the world–something that should be nourished with good and delicious stories in some of the most stunning libraries across the planet.
1. England’s Bedales Memorial Library–which, naturally, looks exactly like Hogwarts.
2. Regent’s Park Library and Treehouse brings together creativity and the natural world.
3. Stockholm, Sweden’s library, Tio Tretton, is open only for children between 10 and 13.
4. Cincinnati’s Public Library, with a 9,200 square-foot children’s garden to promote outdoor reading.
5. Tennessee’s Brentwood Library–a fairytale forest, complete with a talking owl, for wild childhood imagination.
6. The Los Angeles Cerritos Millennium Library holds an aquarium, a T-rex skeleton replica, and a playhouse that looks like a lighthouse.
7. The Soneva Kiri Libarary at the Resort on Koh Kood Island, Thailand–complete with a child-sized birdcage hideaway above the staircase.
8. Beijing’s incredible Poplar Library features colorful tunnels and passageways for comfy reading nooks and exploration.
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