Monday, March 21, 2016

Another Free Little Library

Free Little Library
near track
Riverton High School
March 2016
I went for a walk a couple of weeks ago and spotted another Free Little Library in my community. This one is right next to the football field and track.

In 2014, I found a Little Library in Lander. There may be another Little Library near the Riverton golf course: I'll check it out one of these days.

Have you noticed any new Little Libraries in your community recently?

13 comments:

  1. Such a clever idea! I don't think we have any here in Mitchell yet, but the Sioux Falls newspaper ran a story (maybe last summer?) about a couple of them in Sioux Falls.

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  2. Have never seen one here in the city.

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  3. I love these little libraries, though I've never seen one in person. We live so close to the public library that there's not really a reason for one in our neighborhood.

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  4. Yes there are two i know of in town. we have a huge library a few blocks away so i dont understand them really

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  5. First time I've heard of the Little Library organization. I've seen free libraries in coffee shops and thrift stores, but never in a little "stop" like this. I like it.

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  6. That one is cute. There are a couple in a town near me, but at places like preschools. The city won't let just anyone put them up.

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  7. Aren't these just great? We have these around our town and the surrounding areas.

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  8. So cute. I've never seen one in our area.

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  9. It wasn't in my community, but while I was on vacation, I found a new one by the marina in Dunedin, Florida.

    I put in a book I had just finished and found a new-to-me author to try.

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  10. We also have this kind of little libraries, even here in my small town there are two I know of. A nice idea.

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  11. I have seen these in NZ but none near me. If I didn't live down a private right of way I'd be tempted to start one.

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  12. My DIL & son live in Fort Worth, TX. Several years ago I saved a newspaper article for her about the LFLs. Son immediately built one & he & the kids painted it with left over colors from their nurseries (lavender & green). It turned out so cute! They ordered their official sign & it was the 1st LFL in their Wedgewood neighborhood. Neighbors brought donated books and I sent some. Even the local State representative brought donations! A councilman, did as well. They've had a lot of fun with it, meeting new people & encouraging people to read. It's been a great success!

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  13. I'm a huge fan of the free libraries. Books are so magical and when they are in a little display like that it really emphasizes it, non?

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