Our library is the only public library in the country, and is used by all age groups. Most of our general collection are books which have been donated by various people through the years, so there is a large variety of reading materials available.
We also have a room dedicated to children’s books. The books are new and relevant, and interesting to the children. Daily about 20-30 children use this room to read and look at the books.
A couple of times a week, volunteers come to the library and read stories to any children who show up on that day.
The library also has a room dedicated to the Pacific region, which contains a large collection of various types of documents and books related to the Marshall Islands and other areas of the Pacific region. Researchers often times use these materials extensively when they are doing onsite research about the Micronesian islands.