I nominate Green Girl for the position of "Library Designer".I have my library all worked out. It will look like a medieval monastery, with separate rooms for each Dewey number plus a tower on each corner with ramps for fiction, young adult fiction, kids fiction. I'll have appropriate physical items in the non fiction rooms. So the cookbooks (641.5) will be in an actual kitchen so you can try out the recipes and the car repair manuals (629.2) will be in a garage with a couple of junk cars to work on; astronomy books (520) will be in an observatory with a giant telescope. If I don't like a book it is ruthlessly eliminated, no matter what the reviewers say. Maybe I can have it in the INTJ village guarded by all the robots and tanks and scary weapons.
Getting over excited here. This is my favorite daydream, probably because I work in a public library, and I spend a lot of my time thinking how much better mine could be.