Pleasanton Public Library was the second library in our Library Tour Summer Series.
The front of the library had statues. The first one we thought was cool – a girl reading.
The second statue/s we saw was of a girl reading, too. I’m assuming it’s her brother she’s reading to. That reminds me of me reading to my little sister.
The last statue was kind of abstract – books stacked on top of each other.
This is the front of the Pleasanton Public Library. If you go there, please keep in mind: it’s not part of the Alameda County Library branches, so if you have a library card for those, you can’t check out anything from this one. (Or return, either!)
They’re planning to redo the entire downtown area which is where the library is. We saw some murals there just like in the Hayward downtown. Oh, and in the future downtown, there’s going to be a meadow! I’m excited!
Model of the future downtown – community center, City Hall, etc.
One of my favorite things about this library was that it had a whole entire wall dedicated to your finding a book! Located in the children’s section, the brochures are sure to keep you reading. (I took 2 home!)
There was a mural in the library. I love how it says “Track 9 3/4!”
There are baskets if you don’t have a library bag or forgot to bring yours!
On our way out we saw a seating area. I thought this was perfect for sitting to eat your lunch.