Kids allowed

Sarah Odedina was inspired by an amazing children's library in Stockholm, and thinks the model could have incredible applications in the UK as well.

5 February 2013

She writes of this inspiring reading space: 'This is an environment in which young people can go to read books, make films, play music, cook in the kitchen, do origami, draw graphic novels or just hang out. There are members of staff to answers questions but the mission of the ‘permitted’ adults is not to get between the child and what they want to do in the space.'

Read the feature and check out the photos of the library - and the kitchen! - by following the link on the right. 


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