Baylie - Answered a Question by Brown (04 Feb 09 11:23)

Yes, Indy does have a childrens section which seemed to be stocked with current popular choices. We only looked in the older section but it had the latest young bond books, artemis fowl and james rider books. If you have younger children or possibly girls you are not going to know what I am talking about but these are all current popular choices. Unfortunately the Library was not very quiet. It could be used as a walk through and was below the internet room. Still it had some comfy chairs and sofas and my 12 year old spent many hours reading whilst I attempted the daily sudoku and quiz on offer.

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Brown - replied to Baylie (04 Feb 09 22:25)

Thanks a lot. We have a 6 year old boy who loves books!

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