Posted on March 22, 2021 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Looking for a getaway? Literary Hub has a suggestion for now and one for later.
An exhibit inspired by Goodnight Moon called "Goodnight House" is open now in New York City and runs through May 27.
It brings to life the various objects found in the bunny’s room in the beloved children’s book.
And further out, you’ll be able to visit a library honoring playwright Henrik Ibsen in his birthplace of Skien, Norway.
The architecture team behind this project has considerable experience with bookish buildings, having designed Haruki Murakami’s archival library at Waseda University and the Hans Christian Andersen museum in Odense, Denmark.
Check out images of the Ibsen library on Lit Hub.
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