What’s Happening to the Children’s Lit Books?

Please bear with us while we impart a bit of logic at KU. If you are on the ground level and see books in the children’s collection (Library Science Collection) being shifted, it is part of a plan to bring together that collection and put it into a better arrangement. YEA!  It will be a great benefit or our patrons in the end, but it is a bit confusing while we shift. Please ask for help as you need it. The books are all there while we work. (Special thanks to the Library Science students for doing the shifting!)

The first phase is going on now–to flip the fiction books so that they run from easy fiction books (A to Z) then adolescent fiction (A to Z). The second phase was to bring the biographies and non-fiction over to the tall shelving past the half-shelves. Although our original plan included enough shelving and space for this endeavor, we can no longer use that logical plan. We will still try to get all of the non-fiction over to that side, but we’ll have to work on an alternative plan to get the biographies over there.

If you like these changes. Let us know. We like to hear feedback from our users!


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