Entrance to the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Children's Section - Fanciful arch off the main entrance lobby to the library, inviting children into their special area.
Entrance to the Cliffside Park (NJ) Children's Library. Cliffside Park stands where the famous Palisades Amusement Park used to be, hence our theme for the children's room.
Upper Saddle River Library (NJ) Children's Room
Entrance to the Children's Room of the New Rochelle (NY) Library
White Plains Children's Library - A World of Children's books rises above the circulation desk at the White Plains Children's Library ("The Trove"), seen here with the Activity Castle in the background.
Video Viewing Cave - Cave surrounding the video viewing area of the White Plains Children's Library ("The Trove"), where children can watch a video (with sound dome overhead containing sound) without disturbing readers around them.
Pirate Ship Reading Nook - Pirate Ship to provide a quiet corner for young readers in the White Plains Children's Library ("The Trove")
Toddler Book Village - Wall decor in the Toddler Book Section of the White Plains Children's Library ("The Trove")
Entrance Hallway leading to the Levi Yitzchak Children's Library in Cedarhurst, Long Island (NY). Edge lit plexi panels display the Six Days of Creation.
Mitzvah Train at the Levi Yitzchak Children's Library, comprised of display space, reading nooks, and bookshelves.
The Story Corner of the North Castle Library's Children's Room (Armonk, NY), comprised of reading nooks, seating, dexterity games and bulletin boards to display children's artwork, surrounded by a fanciful flower fence.
Entrance to the Franklin Lakes Library (NJ) Children's Room
The Randolph Library (NJ) Picture Book Room, comprised of a semi-dimensional orchard along the wall, a cider truck reading nook, and an apple tree puppet theatre.
The Randolph Library (NJ) Picture Book Room's apple tree puppet theatre.
The Children's Room of the newly renovated Longwood Library (Middle Island, Long Island, NY), where all the surrounding walls feature semi-dimensional wall art.
The Children's Room of the Hendrick Hudson Free Public Library (Montrose, NY) naturally has a river theme. Here on one of the soffits beloved characters sail ships made of books.
The John C. Hart Library (Shrub Oak, NY) features a beanstalk theme throughout their children's room.
Entranceway to the Children's Room of the Freeport Library (Long Island, NY)
Entrance to the "Teen Resource Activity Center" at the Freeport Library on Long Island (NY)
Childrens Library Design
Whimsical and functional design for children's areas of libraries across the U.S.