The James B. Hunt, Jr. Library in Raleigh is one of the largest in the state.
While there are books that can be checked out, the library also offers education about the history of the state and Hunt as a leader.
There are several floors that make up the building. An entire floor is devoted to children and youth services, so that they have a quiet area to read or do homework. You can print documents from one of the many computers on an upper level of the building, and there is an area that contains research books. Several events are held at the library through the year as the staff want to make reading and learning fun for the entire family. Videos are shown through the year for adults and children and treats are offered for children at Easter, Halloween and Christmas. Kids can take part in special craft activities as well during these times. There is a summer reading program each year and children can earn points by reading books, exchanging them for a prize.
Raleigh offers many historical buildings, including the James B. Hunt, Jr. Library where you can select a book or video to enjoy.