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Designed with children in mind, this bright and friendly Library boasts sturdy Amish barn wood construction and cedar shingles ...

Kim Johnson. Watauga, TX. My husband is a car fanatic. I am a bibliophile. We had been talking about a Little Free Library for awhile and then he decided it was going to be my Valentine's Day gift. He found a beautiful birdhouse and fixed it up so it is pretty from both sides. It's a "Filling Station" library and even has a tiny gas pump. We hope you will come exchange a book or two and fill up your reading list for a while!

Free libraries open up new page in book-borrowing

Brian Kemp. Batavia, NY. We found an old television set on one of our weekly trips to our local recycling center that we gutted and used as the Library. We used leftover wood from other projects to create the base and we painted the television set to look like large books, with all of the information about the Library on the spines of the books. We really enjoyed the project and it is used daily!

A piece of nostalgia, fun and history can come back to life in this beautifully crafted Little Free Library. Libraries are built to-order and arrive in 4-6 weeks.

Miranda Lee. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Our neighborhood is chock full of eager kids who love to be read to and to read to each other. Our little free library for kids is a hub to read, but also to chat, play, and get to know each other.

Jen Reardon. Batavia, NY. I have loved books and reading my whole life. I found out about LittleFreeLibrary.org and decided to have my friend's dad, a custom woodworker, build a library box for me. He did a beautiful job and I added the colorful paint combination. It's been a hit in the neighborhood since I opened it and I've had so many positive comments from neighbors and strangers alike! It's a great way for a community to come together.