Jillyan Castro, 14, left, and her cousin, Jaye Ramirez, 11, both of Fresno, check out the books at the Betty Rodriguez Regional Library on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, in east central Fresno. Fresno County's newest, most highly technologically advanced library opened in the former site of a Fresh & Easy store. The new library features a 3-D printer, robotics kits, the most up-to-date 21st Century learning technology, a meeting room for 50, group study spaces and a separate quiet reading room.
Jillyan Castro, 14, left, and her cousin, Jaye Ramirez, 11, both of Fresno, check out the books at the Betty Rodriguez Regional Library on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, in east central Fresno. Fresno County's newest, most highly technologically advanced library opened in the former site of a Fresh & Easy store. The new library features a 3-D printer, robotics kits, the most up-to-date 21st Century learning technology, a meeting room for 50, group study spaces and a separate quiet reading room. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Jillyan Castro, 14, left, and her cousin, Jaye Ramirez, 11, both of Fresno, check out the books at the Betty Rodriguez Regional Library on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, in east central Fresno. Fresno County's newest, most highly technologically advanced library opened in the former site of a Fresh & Easy store. The new library features a 3-D printer, robotics kits, the most up-to-date 21st Century learning technology, a meeting room for 50, group study spaces and a separate quiet reading room. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
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