Kimberly R. Guelph, ON. Most of our Library's materials were source for second hand or free. We try to have French and English books in the library, since the public school on our street is french immersion. There are books for babies through adults, fiction and nonfiction.
Gary Feezel. Woodstock, IL. Our library design is based on the Historic & Iconic bell tower of our Opera House, located down the street. We've dedicated the library to our Aunt, who served on out City's Rescue Squad for 23 years, and was a prolific reader.
Amber Marine. Los Alamitos, CA. I've always been a book lover and when I saw the Little Free Libraries, I knew that I wanted want of my own. That way I can share my love of books with others.
Alison Tames. Plum Island, MA. MERMAID BOOK NOOK - Plum Island's premier Little Free Library. Located at Basin's End, last cottage on the 16th Street. Here you'll find a variety of summer beach reads, usually with ocean themes. New "Mermaid's Choice" book every couple weeks. Hand painted mural by artist Matt Tames on the sides. Dog friendly with leash hook and treat box.
DM Killarney. Kalamazoo, MI. This Little Free Library book exchange had its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug 19, 2017. It is located at the children's playground area of the Arcadia Festival site. Our box is converted from an old phone stand. We stock only kids' books. We love books and are happy to share this love.
Wow, look at the bark and moss used to create this book exchange in a fairy garden! Source: Mom with a Dandelion in Her Hair
Susan Hartman. Kirkwood, MO. This library was a gift from my children and grandchildren. I had lots of help creating it. It resembles my home - lots of books in both. Kind neighbors leave books that I borrow to read myself. Such a great project. Come and visit - it's open every day.
Dawn Thomas. Burien, WA. I have always loved sharing books with my friends. This is a great way to share with so many more.