After several months of collecting children’s books from local community members and installing custom shelving, I am pleased to announce the arrival of “Little Tyndales,” the new children’s section of NSA’s Tyndale Library! Home to nearly 350 classics such as Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew, Redwall, and even a few books by the infamous Dr. Seuss, and located beside the library’s existing Fiction and Oversize section (which each comprise roughly an additional 500 books), this section is open to all NSA alumni—for free!
Also, if you’re excited about this new section, I encourage you to get in touch with Jesse Sumpter about children’s reading hour, which Jesse heads up at Tyndale every Saturday (10:00-11:00 A.M.) that school is in session. It’s a great time for kids to get together and hear stories read aloud by a dad from the local Christian community.
NB: While we are happy to have you come in and browse with your kids, please remember that Tyndale is a college library, intended for use, first and foremost, by NSA’s students and staff. So, while you are invited to use the space alongside them, please do not disrupt them in their studies or loiter in the library for extended amounts of time during school hours (7:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.). Weekday evenings (6:00-10:00 P.M.) and Saturdays (9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.) are the best times to come in and browse; otherwise, feel free to browse our catalog on the library website (tyndale.nsa.edu), place books on hold, and come in and grab them during the day.