The article describes the purpose-built young adult space in Oakland Public Library's (OPL) 81st Avenue Branch in California. Launched on January 29, 2011, the space emphasizes the library's dedication to young adult literature. The space expands the library's commitment to public space equity for teenagers as well as contributes to the facility's revolution in serving young adult readers. An overview of the planning process involved in the construction of the space..
Anthony Bernier and B. Elwood. "A spatial revolution continues in Oakland" Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) (2011): 244-245.