Spanking story lamps have been on display at public libraries across New York state for the past year.
They are the latest way that public libraries are trying to connect with young readers and connect with people with disabilities.
But they are a controversial and controversial move that has faced resistance from some who fear they are an infringement on freedom of speech and are in violation of state laws.
The stories are written and designed by the author, and the library has a policy against such depictions.
So it is unclear what effect the lamps will have on the reading experience.
The first public library in the city, the George Washington University, opened the first public spanking story story lamp in 2015.
It is designed to encourage people to share their spanking experiences with others.
The library is also experimenting with a new interactive story lamp that allows users to share and comment on stories, as well as the library’s collection of historical images.
The new story lamp has been developed by the University of New Hampshire Libraries Association.
The lamp is designed as a way to help people understand the history of spanking, said David Zielinski, associate dean of the library.
“It’s a fun way to share history with people,” he said.
He said he wanted to do it for people who want to understand the story behind their spankings, and it’s a way for people to learn about the history.
But the story lamp project is controversial.
Some people who work in the book and book design industry have expressed concern about the effect the lamp will have.
They say the book is a book that’s been written by a man and that he has no control over the way the story is told.
Others have questioned the appropriateness of the story lamps, saying they are too focused on the stories and images of the authors.