The Nora Branch of the Indianapolis Public Library is a favorite for parents with babies who love story time. You might be familiar with this library if you live in the Nora neighborhood or enjoy participating in the free library programs.
The children’s library section of the Nora Library is fairly large and has a fun reading area with a mural depicting castle doors. This space is an open concept that flows into the other areas of the library, with no barriers to keep kids separate from adults in regards to space or sound.
Four computers loaded with children’s learning games sit atop a short table with foam filled chairs. Kids can play with puzzles, LEGO bricks and other little activities in the children’s section. A large throne has buttons for children to access the dial a story and plenty of areas to cuddle up with a book.
My kids love the Nora Branch because of the classes they can take in the meeting rooms. You can also check out family friendly movies, graphic novels and CD’s.
8625 Guilford Avenue