Previous Learning Landscapes articles have documented the process used at one school library to bring about the changes required to meet the demands of evolving information and education environments. They provide a case study of the way school libraries can transform their thinking and practices to bring about exciting results and the way also that a strong and supportive school culture plays such an important role in keeping library programs central to school learning culture. This issue finds a new Carey Baptist Grammar School Library built over three different levels, with new learning spaces, new ways of shelving and new collection arrangements – and the challenge of bringing the community to new understandings about how to use those spaces and collections.