More and more features, specific to Google Now (and mobile Google in general), can be found in the desktop Google search as well.
When you type the word “library” in Google web search, the first thing to come is a little widget asking “Looking for local results for library?”.
You can type your city or a zip code, and on top of general results, you’ll have a Google Maps module with libraries in your area.
Below there is a screenshot with results for “Washington”.
More about libraries:
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- Top most challenged books of 2018 in the United States (infographic)
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