Thanks to a $700 donation by the Windsor Region Society of Architects (WRSA), Windsor Public Library has added a collection of children’s materials on the topic of architecture to the Seminole Branch collection.

Through 40 titles, such as Roberto the Insect Architect, The World Is Not a Rectangle, The LEGO Architect, The Girl’s Guide to Building a Fort and How Cities Work, Windsor kids can explore ideas of architecture, design, neighbourhoods and urban planning.

“Windsor Public Library is truly grateful to WRSA for funding this important resource,” says WPL CEO Kitty Pope.  “Together we are providing an opportunity for all kids to read, learn and discover the multi-faceted world of architecture.”

Additionally, to supplement the collection of books, members of the Windsor Region Society of Architects will be providing children’s talks at the Seminole Branch as part of the Adventures in Architecture: City Building Series. Teachers (especially Grades 3 and 4) and other community groups can book visits to the library to hear a presentation and check out items from this special collection.  WRSA representatives will be on site to engage students and discuss buildings, design, architecture and more.

To book a visit, please contact the Seminole Branch at 519.255.6770, Extension 8800.  To learn more about WRSA, click here.

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