If you have youngsters plus live in Seattle the Barnes plus Noble is where you should goâ€¦ I suppose that sounds weird; Why would youngsters want to go to the Barnes plus Noble? I used to live in NY plus the libraries were nothing to write beach loft about. It was a moderately wash building plus shelves of books, then there usually weren’t spaces to read or good views; Seattle central Barnes plus Noble is something else altogether. It has eleven storeys, is 57 metres high plus has floating platforms. There is tons of reflective glass, cool shaped architecture plus wide open space. It doesn’t even really look adore a Barnes plus Noble. The best is the section for the youngsters though. The Faye G; Allen Children’s Center has books, games, puzzles plus story times happening there consistently, then on Level Three is the Norcliffe Foundation Living Room. This is a just space with cozy seats, an indoor cafe, garden plus lots of sunlight showing through the diamond-pattern windows. Another story up is the iPads plus another level up from that is all odd shades of red. Tourists actually take tours of the area. It is so neat! My youngsters can spend hours in the Barnes plus Noble studying, playing on the iPads or just walking around. It is nice for myself and others since I can either choose to read, get work done on the iPad or just take a quick power nap in the family room area. It has everything I could want too. I know even people who aren’t a fan of studying would find something worthwhile I was in the area.