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Little Free Libraries
Looking for some books while we are closed? Try looking out for our Little Free Libraries around town!
Little Free Library is an organization that began in 2009 by Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin. He constructed a school house replica library in honor of his mother, a school teacher with a passion for reading. He installed the library in his front yard with a sign saying, "FREE BOOKS." With the help of Rick Brooks of UW-Madison, Little Free Library was born. Little Free Libraries are small, "take-a-book, leave-a-book" lending spaces that can be, and have been, constructed out of just about anything! The Little Free Library movement has become an innovative and inspiring way to build community and encourage literacy across the nation.
Look out for our three around town!
While we refill these as often as we can, if they are empty, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Head over to Little Free Library website to find more around the world.
Built and installed by a local Girl Scout for her service project. Thanks Kaitlynn!
Located in front of the library at 306 Elk Ave North.
In honor of Blessyn for her 2016 Summer Reading Accomplishments. Located near the visitor's center at Stone Bridge Park.
In honor of Devianni for her 2016 Summer Reading Accomplishments. Located at the Fayetteville Kid's Park.
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