Some day I would like to build something like this and share the love of reading with others. *** Check out the link to find out how to build and how to get a sign for your free little library.

Build Your Own Little Free Library

Little Free Library! This idea is sweeping the nation apparently! You just build a little library on your curb and leave books in it! They can either just borrow it and return it later or swap it for one of theirs, depending on how you phrase your sign!

5 Tips for Running a Little Free Library

5 Tips for Running a Little Free Library

For the first post in this series, please see The Awesomeness of My Little Free Library So. You’ve been hearing about these Little Free Libraries and are i

little free library with a bench

Build a Little Free Library Information and Ideas

How to build a Little Free Library in your community. It's a great way to promote literacy and promote reading for kids! 14 little free library ideas!

Little Free Libraries On A Shoestring Budget - Little Free Library

Little Free Libraries on a Shoestring Budget

Little Free Libraries On A Shoestring Budget - Little Free Library An old bar fridge - brilliant!

In honor of #NationalLibraryWeek, we are giving away this amazing, handmade Little Free Library!

Celebrating Libraries Big and Small

In honor of #NationalLibraryWeek, we are giving away this amazing, handmade Little Free Library!

23 of the most creatively designed Little Free Libraries | MNN - Mother Nature Network

23 of the most creatively designed Little Free Libraries

These Little Free Library builders went above and beyond to make their pop-up book nooks stand out!

23 of the most creatively designed Little Free Libraries | MNN - Mother Nature Network

23 of the most creatively designed Little Free Libraries

These Little Free Library builders went above and beyond to make their pop-up book nooks stand out!

Reminiscent of old-style British post boxes, Little Free Libraries have rapidly grown in popularity since their inception in 2009. The movement began in Hudson, Wisconsin, where Todd Bol installed a Little Free Library shaped like a schoolhouse on his front lawn. The idea caught on, a nonprofit was founded, and there are now LFLs in all fifty states of the U.S. and forty countries around the world—an estimated six thousand total.  --via Book Riot

Little Free Libraries (The Best of Book Riot)

bookriot: “ Little Free Libraries: Building Community & Spreading Literacy ” I may have to talk to Israel Skelton about building a TARDIS little library that I can put down by my mailbox.

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