Wednesday Jan 21 2009 comments Lincoln Libraries Photo Page By: By Karina Williams -A +A Scott Meyer, 8, of Lincoln, reads to his little sister, Abby, 3, in the kids area at the Twelve Bridges Library. They Meyer family visits the library about every three weeks to fill up on new books. Whisper Sluiter, of Rocklin and Michael Curtin, of Lincoln, browse through rows of DVD?s at the Twelve Bridges Library. Shane Simmons, 13, and Joseph Thompson, 5, of Lincoln play computor games on at the Twelve Bridges Library. Carmen Del Prado, of Lincoln reads as she waits for her kids to finish tutoring at the Twelve Bridges Library. Rubin Jimenez, far right, of Lincoln, looks up information on the internet at the Tweleve Bridges Library on a busy Wednesday afternoon. Twelve Bridges Library Children?s and School Service Manager, Andrea Stephenson, assists sixth-grader, Rylie White, 12, with her homework during tutoring hours at the library. Andrea Stephenson, Childrend's and School Services Manager with Twelve Bridges Library, finds a book on how to make paper airplains for Noah Smith, 7, of Lincoln friday afternoon. Sienna Oates, 8, giggles at the book, ?The Grandmother Doll? by Alice L. Bartels, her mother Carmen is reading to her at the Lincoln Carnegie Library. ?We use the library a lot, the kids love to get new books,? said Carmen. Skyler Cheung, 6, of Lincoln finds many movies to check out at the Twelve Bridges Library, including ?How the Grinch Stole Christmas?. Library Clerk Paula Stollmeyer checks out 11 books and 6 DVD's for Dawn Spolidoro and her daughter, Rose, 7, of Lincoln. When entering the children?s area of the Twelve Bridges Library, Madeleine Giannini, 6, of Lincoln, told her mother Juli, ?these are the real books (pointing to the non-fiction books) and these are the fake books (pointing to the fiction books).? Madeleine?s little brothers Gabriel, 4, (not pictured) and Peter, ten-months, also visited the library.