As you walk in the room, these shelves are on the right. You can see the complete set of Henty books given to us by the Robinson family.
To the left is my bookstore. Most of these books aren’t listed on my website yet, but where there’s life, there’s hope!
Across the room you can see the stacks of shelves, just like in a “real” library. Each stack is 8 feet long.
This is a close-up of the biography section. You can also see Landmark books and other sets in the foreground.
These are the bunny bookends Steve gave me for Mother’s Day, sitting on the coffee table in the seating area in the center of the room.
I found this dictionary stand in our little town in the store where I used to have my bookstore.
At the far end of the room is the window seat (with storage inside). We are having cushions made soon. I did not give birth to those children reading on the floor.
This is a corner of the children’s library. I just found the little wooden table and chairs which fit perfectly under the window. There are floor to ceiling shelves on facing walls for the picture books and other books appealing to the younger children.
This easel has a whiteboard on one side with pictures from Peter Pan, and a chalkboard on the other side. Just above it you can see the “window” for our puppet theater, which opens into the larger library.