Spotlight on The Family Room

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The Family Room is one of the most unique spaces in The Logos building. Designed with children in mind, the Family Room houses children’s literature and nonfiction complete with colorful displays and creative furniture. A sizable section of the books is classified through the Dewey Decimal System, which differs from the rest of the library’s collection; most of the main library books are classified through the Library of Congress System. There are 3 sections of books in the Family Room: middle grade fiction, children’s nonfiction, and “easy” or early reading fiction books.

Students of the School of Education may find books for their student teaching assignments here. Parents, older siblings, and babysitters may want to take advantage of the Family Room as well, and bring their younger charges along.

 

 

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