A refurbished library in New Jersey is giving children the chance to sit on bean bag chairs as they read.
The Daily Journal reports that the John C Milanesi School in Buena received a makeover as part of Target's school library renovation programme.
Such moves have seen a brand new reading area created and it appears that bean bags play a crucial role in this, with the publication noting the presence of "colourful bean bag chairs" in the study facility.
In addition, the refurbished library also features new bookshelves and hundreds of new books, as well as a large carpet with the word read on it.
However, John C Milanesi has not been the only school that has seen its library be given a makeover in recent weeks. WABI TV 5 reported that the Downeast Elementary School in Bangor, Maine was refurbished under the Target programme, with the installation of new bean bag chairs giving somewhere comfortable for pupils to sit while they read.
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