The Costa Mesa Public Library in Costa Mesa, California, is trying something new: a public collection of books by writers and artists.
The idea is to collect books from around the world and put them on a large display to attract visitors.
The Costa Concordia Bridge has a history of being closed to traffic, so the Costa Mesa library is using the bridge to get people back and forth between downtown and the city.
The books will be available in a digital format, which means they can be opened and closed without having to be scanned.
The library also has a digital scanner that can read books with an iPhone app.
This is not the first time Costa Mesa has tried to collect works from other cities.
Last year, the Costa Concordias bookstore in West Covina, California was turned into a public art project, and the library is hoping that its public library project will help inspire more people to come to the city and support it.
Costa Mesa’s public library was one of the first to launch a public book collection, but it’s not the only library in California to offer books online.
San Jose’s City College Library also has its own online collection.
The California Library Association estimates that more than half of all books in the state are available through online services.
The digital collection at the Costa Columbas library will allow people to browse and compare books before they get there, said Kristy Stegman, director of the library.
“We think the public library can be an important resource to people who want to understand the history and culture of Costa Mesa.”