So I recently posted about this
, and then all of the drama involving the Dewey Decimal system
popped up earlier this week. So I figured I would get some other thoughts. Now I'm not talking about the Dewey debate really, I'm mostly wondering what you think a library should feel like. I personally like the idea of appealing to the patrons in order to entice them to check out books that intrigue them, and when it comes to kids and reading I feel almost passionate about it. I want to create an environment that gets the kids excited about reading, reading anything. I think bookstores have an edge on this and I think its worthwhile to capture a little of that. What do you all think?