Bradley - Answered a Question by H (16 Jun 08 14:12)

P&O libraries in general are quite comprehensive and are like small versions of libraries in our towns and cities in that they cover all subjects including fiction and non fiction. I may be wrong but I think they use the same numbering system. They have set opening hours each day and I recommend finding what interests you before the first time of opening and getting in quick as it is very popular and the best books get snapped up early. I can't remember whether children's books are in the main library or kept separately in the kids area as I've never taken any out.

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