The Community Bookself is an intriguing piece of architecture at the Public Library in Kansas City, Missouri resembling a book shelf. This striking façade, which runs along the south wall of the Central Library, features book spines measuring 25 feet by 9 feet, and showcases 22 titles reflecting a wide variety of reading interests suggested by readers.
Photo Credits: Mike Sinclair, Jonathan Moreau, Marnox1
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Maria Hernández says
yeah that's cool I lived I in Kansas city but never got to see this or the city or any cool places in Kansas city.
Graciela Ybarra says
Me encantó! I love it
Vania DE Jesus says
show de bola
Fidel Exeni says
REALLY A GOOD IDEA
Summer Chiari says
Okay this is the most amazing library! I'd love to go here sometime!
Kay Dougherty says
Saw this picture this morning of the Kansas City Library. What a perfect way to build a library.