Monday, June 27, 2016

Another Little Free Library


I love these little free libraries.  Dropped off three detective stories and 
a couple of non-fiction books I liked.

11 comments:

Kate said...

I agree, Jack. I love these little free libraries. Did you know that they got their start in Hudson, WI, which is just across the border from Minnesota? The first was a way for a man to memorialise his Mother and then the idea took off. I keep a box of books in my car and drop a few here and there as I drive by. I hate to give them up, but storage is always a problem with books. My house if full of them. I want a free library for my yard but no-one in this family is willing (or capable) of putting one up for me!

Mo said...

What a fantastic idea. Maybe we could introduce them here as so many libraries have been closed as a result of govt cuts.

bill burke said...

Very popular here too. I've seen a few at the beginning and end of trails. This one is nice and bright so it will stand out.

Angello Morra said...

im also book worm so i like your idea of library.

William Kendall said...

Brightly coloured, too!

Taken For Granted said...

These little free libraries are a great way for all us readers to share our books. Have a friend in Iowa who maintains one, and I have thought about it, but first I must build a box.You found a colorful one.

RedPat said...

That's a nice one, Jack! I have a few that I check out regularly and keep feeding books as I finish them.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I've been looking but not finding any of these sweet wee libraries Jack, perhaps I need to start one :)

Karl Demetz said...

How cute and colorful, I love these little free libraries too !

Halcyon said...

I found a few more recently as well. I really need to get back to posting! :)

Kay said...

This is a real eye-catcher.
Our local library has sales of donated books. The prices are so good (the blowout sales are $1 for a grocery bag full) that I think our little free libraries come in a poor second.