See, that's what I imagine a children's room in a library looking like - a congenial mess. My wife and I spent a fair amount of time there because 1) usually there aren't actually that many children, and 2) the adult section had the one obligatory creepy guy who never left. Later on we found out that there was some extra space on the second floor, which you can get to with this elevator:
Which contains this phone:
and then be left alone to browse the Internet in peace.
Your second choice is the Kilton Public Library, which was finished in 2011 and feels remarkably like an airport concourse. This is what the inside of Kilton looks like:
That's... not actually that many books. "Spacious" isn't a word you normally associate with libraries, either. How many people did it take to bankroll such a majestic public structure?
Holy living fuck. That board is four feet wide and contains 526 plaques. BUT - does Kilton have this poster?
Nope, that's the proud property of Lebanon Public. This is too close to call. Let's go to the grid.
|Criterion||Kilton PL||Lebanon PL|
|Bathroom smelled like weed smoke at least once?|
|Will sell you photocopy of NYT crossword?|
|Spells "public" as "pvblic"?|
|My Little Pony-themed Obama-style poster?|
|Donations board the size of a flatscreen TV?|
|Confernce room with moving walls?|
|Share a website?|
Clearly, this is still too close to call. Such are the bountiful options if you are in Lebanon, N.H., and need a place to read/blog/get high.