The Library of Congress Makes Room for Kids

Seattle PI: On October 23 the Library of Congress will unveil the The Young Readers Center. It will be the first area devoted exclusively to children in the library's 200+ year history.

The Center, which is housed in a renovated recording studio, will open with about 800 books. Most will be donated by publishers or culled from the library's duplicate and exchange department.

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Will people be dropping their kids off then wandering round the city without the pain of moaning children just as they do in public libraries?

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