A DR Seuss story has been transformed off the pages into an Albury Library Museum display.
Living rooms from around the world have been created as part of an exhibition inspired by the story Come Over to my House.
In one corner you can see a home among the gum trees and in another, an African-themed village.
The library’s learning and outreach officer, Tracy Piltz, said the exhibition was a great chance to teach children about other cultures and allow them to engage in imaginative play.
“They can look into their imagination and create a new world,” she said.
Ms Piltz said children could use various props around the room to create their own games.
“It’s amazing how they interpret the props differently,” she said.
One three-year-old girl, Viola Baude, was hiding in a hut trying to convince her mother, Amanda, to play the “big bad wolf”.
Ms Baude takes her children to the library every second Friday.
“The exhibition looked really good and it keeps my daughter entertained,” she said.
While Viola said “everything” was her favourite, she gave a special mention to the African display.
The exhibition will run through the school holidays until October 13 — there is a storytime at 11am on weekdays.