. . . filled with rich stories and experiences reflecting the arc of the life of Juliette Gordon Low, her belief in the potential of every girl, and the remarkable worldwide Girl Scout movement she founded that changed the world.
New Permanent Installation
Girls Writing the World: A Library Reimagined
Illuminating the literary contributions made by, for, and about women, the interactive reimagined Juliette Gordon Low library elevates and centers the mission of the Girl Scouts, “to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.”
From the 1913 Interpreter badge to today’s Netiquette badge, proficiencies in reading, writing and speaking have played fundamental roles in the growth of Girls Scouts — fostering curiosity, exploration and intellect, as well as in developing their full potential.
Tracing the arc of female writers and speakers from the beginning of time to the present, and inspired by muses, goddesses and heroines, the framework for this installation focuses on the themes of Memory, Knowledge, Imagination, Poetry and Wisdom.
As a room of their own, this library provides girls of all ages a space in which to see themselves reflected and to find their own voices. Nourishing the senses, it can inspire them to remember, know, imagine, rhyme and reason, and from it, to grow wise — writing the world and making it a better place.