I LIKE THE LIBRARY by Anne Rockwell

I LIKE THE LIBRARY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A guided tour through the children's room, conducted by a toddler who avails himself of the story hour, filmstrips and cassettes, borrows three picture books and a record, rides the train while waiting for his mother, and reports on the department's other services--which include a playpen for babies ""by the librarian's desk"" as well as a chess game and puppet workshop for older children. Librarians who can live up to the multi-media image will no doubt work this in--between changing the tapes and changing the babies.

Pub Date: Oct. 14th, 1977
Publisher: Dutton