Do you know "The Common Ebisu"？ This is the new public space that was established in Ebisu Garden Place this April and I went there for inspection.
One of the notable features of the space is the concept itself, that is setting out only "donated books" on the bookshelves.
Moreover, a comment sheet is placed on the back page of each book, so users can write few words about what they think of the book.
This helps connect people and make them feel like being in communication with each other.
It's wonderful, isn't it?
I'd like to recommend the public library in my city to adopt this style.
[メモ]「保育園義務教育化」これが答えな気がします。そういえば2006年の第一次安倍政権で首相が幼児教育の将来の無償化を言及されてましたね。立ち消えてますが。 A famous sociologist says in his book that nursery schools should be compulsory education. The reason why there are no children on waiting list for elementary schools is that elementary education is compulsory. Nursery schools in France which could recovered the fertility rate are free of charge and available to children aged 3 and upward, and now under consideration for their compulsory education. A Nobel-Prize winner declared that infant education up to the age of 5 affects their futures. He mentioned "The Perry preschool project" as evidence that poor children educated in this school spent better life than non-permitted. #待機児童 #保育園義務化 #少子化 #読書 #幼児教育 #infanteducation #reading #book #nurseryschool