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World, entered through a maze, offered child-sized furniture, an international
collection of children's books, and a little theatre where librarians
told stories. Local project director Gordon P. Martin reported to the
U.S. Office of Education:
most frequently heard comment concerned the Children’s World.
Children especially enjoyed it and the adults were charmed. Probably
more than any other exhibit, the Children’s World resembled library
services best known to the visitors (9).