Children make themselves at home in this public space. This concept was made possible by a generous donation by the C. G. Hausch Foundation. Theme Islands These cube-shaped theme islands contain material for children on a number of themes: reading, leisure, people, culture, history, technology.
Foyer Ground Floor Foyer Ground Floor In the foyer of the City Library you will find an information and service desk, and help in finding your way around, together with the first two of the librarys collections in the Studiolo Generale and Gallery b.
Studiolo Text books for non-academic occupations in medicine, education, adult education, home economics and sport; Musing and puzzling hand-crafted large-format puzzles and brain games to help you think with your hands and relax; Listen and learn a special archive of knowledge Games All kinds of.
It plays an important role in the musical life of Stuttgart, and is closely linked with the musical institutions in the city and the surrounding area. Media Collection 100,000 items Sheet music, CDs, DVDs, books, magazines, CD-ROMs of every style, era and level of complexity.
The Association has its headquarters in the Childrens Section of the City Library at Mailänder Platz. Life Section Life Section 3rd Floor The Life Section includes the following topics: psychology, medicine, education, religion and philosophy, as well as the department of sport and leisure.
Newspapers. Around 90 daily newspapers from around the world are available on the ground floor. Studiolo Generale The Studiolo Generale acts as a first port of call to the thematic content of the library. It gives you a deeper knowledge of interdisciplinary themes, and at.
This association co-ordinates the Stuttgart reading buddies, one of the largest and longest established reading projects in Germany. More than 380 reading buddies go and read with children in kindergartens, schools and libraries in Stuttgart.
Information Desk. This is where library staff will give you basic information about the building, or point you to specialists in the individual sections. Audio guides giving you an introduction to how to use the library, and information about the librarys architecture, are available here.
Borrowing and Return There is a self-service system for borrowing and return. There is also a self-service machine on every floor. Sorting of Returned Items Returned items are automatically transported to the different floors. Reservations.
The Music Library now has a floor to itself in the City Library at Mailänder Platz, having been housed externally since 1995. It is one of the largest and most important public music libraries in the whole of Germany, and is a meeting point and.
Search There are special workstations on the ground floor where you can search the electronic catalogue to help you find the media or topics you are looking for. In the Scriptorium you can make quick searches on the internet; you also have access to a.
Spectrum Basic information about music, with important introductory and characteristic works. Childrens View - Music for Children. Sheet music, CDs, child-friendly introductory music books. Young Library Music for young people aged 12 and over, with the focus on studies at school.
Reserved books and other media are available for self-service collection. Finding your Way Around Information boards and interactive information points help you to get your bearings, and show you where to find the media or service you are looking for.
The Stuttgart childrens libraries have close links with the educational institutions of the city, and make a contribution to the child-friendliness of Stuttgart. Media collection (projected) 60,000 media items Spectrum Goodies Recommendations by children for children Studiolo Hausch Childrens Room The Hausch Childrens Room.