Little Free Library

Jan 03

I came across this brilliant idea by accident and I absolutely in love with it! The Little Free Library is a network of people putting up tiny little libaries where people can come by and take a book or leave a book! What a way to promote literacy and a love for reading! You can build your own or buy a kit or one already made from them directly! How cool is that?

According to their website, their goals are:

  • To promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide.
  • To build a sense of community as we share skills, creativity and wisdom across generations.
  • To build more than 2,510 libraries around the world–more than Andrew Carnegie!

And so, from their brilliant minds to yours…click here to go to their website and learn more.


  1. Mundus Imaginalis /

    What a superb idea! It seems like my little nook of Los Angeles is long overdue for one of these! I’ll make this my spring project!

  2. First, it’s great to see your website and the treasure trove of goodies it contains. Thanks for spreading the word about Little Free Libraries! We love hearing this kind of response and welcome suggestions for ways we can make this effort more useful and popular. As you might guess, it’s not only the books but the idea and the sense of community that seem to appeal to so many people.

    Let’s talk about ways we might cross promote each other. As a fan of independent bookstores I’m always happy to help Indie Bound, too.

  3. OH! How fun! YAY! =) Really? This makes me smile so big! I can’t wait to see!

  4. The Little Free Library is worth promoting! =) What a fantastic concept! =)

  5. Leslie W /

    Thank-you so very much for writing about Little Free Library in your blog!


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