Tuesday, February 12, 2008

One City, Many Stories

With one of the best independent bookstores this side of the Mississippi, a popular annual city-wide reading program and ten library branches within the city limits, Pasadena is a reader's paradise. In this town, you can buy or order just about any book you want. If you'd rather check it out, there's a good chance you'll find it at the Pasadena Public Library branch near you. Lazy? Stay home and look it up online.

On days like this you might want to enjoy your book outdoors. These palm trees grace the facade of the Central Library at 285 East Walnut Street. Grab a cup of coffee and sit on the patio at Central Grounds. You can see the trees from there if you can get your nose out of your book.

3 comments:

Jim said...

How tall is that tree? Where are the coconuts? The library in Terrell looks pretty bland. But the books are what counts.

Ben Wideman said...

love it, reminds me of something I would have taken.

Petrea said...

Sorry, I don't think these are coconut palms. Just pretty.

Thanks, Ben. That's a nice compliment!