Tiny library, but when I arrived about a dozen young grade school kids were leaving, and at least that many pre-schoolers / toddlers were starting a program. Sometimes it has seemed that the smaller the library, the more is going on. Still no notebook, can somebody add some details?
I returned, and can now mention the tall, slim windows that mostly look out to trees (yes, I have a thing about windows in libraries), and a good flyer titled "How does our child hear and talk?" for birth to 5 years, from the American Speech Language Hearing Association. There are a handful of computers, but the Internet connection was down. I walked around through the adult area, where two people were sitting at a table; one asked the other, "Who is that?" Yes, folks, occasionally someone might come into your library whom you haven't seen before!
I've deleted the purloined pic, and replaced it with two that I took on 8/27. And thanks for the ice cream tip; you're right, it's an interesting place, and the ice cream is good.