1949 Bookmobile. #reading #books

1949 Chevy bookmobile in Anderson, South Carolina. The car was in continuous service until

Little Free Library  - Book exchange. Lots of locations in and around Atlanta! Leave a book, take a book.

Little Free Library - Thousands of Little Free Libraries in Communities Around the World Your support is essential to Little Free Library. You can help us build and place Little Free Libraries where kids and adults need good books.

The Little Free Library - Todd Bol, an international development consultant - came up with this idea: The Little Free Library, a nonprofit that seeks to place small, accessible book exchange boxes in neighborhoods around the world. Users can purchase the boxes directly from LFL’s website, download plans to build their own or completely wing it. As of 2013 there are 6,000 LFLs across the planet. www.tutorbuddies.com

Little Free Library. Take a book, leave a book put a free little library in your neighborhood.

Nancy Welter. Denver, CO. Once the library went up, the neighbors loved it and the book exchanges began! It helped that our local newspaper ran a story about the LFL so everyone knows the take a book and leave a book. I've started searching for Spanish language kids books for preschool and babies as there are so many being strolled past the house on daily walks. Reading, music, art, dance are all apart of a strong community. What a wonderful way to add to our community by being a steward.

Once the library went up, the neighbors loved it and the book exchanges began! It helped that our local newspaper ran a story about the LFL so everyone knows the take a book and leave a book. I've started searching for Spanish la

We’re fans of free book exchanges, like the Little Free Libraries; the now-defunct-phone-booths-turned-mini-libraries (here, here, here, here, and here); shelves in London Tube and train stations and in airports that enable travelers to swap books; former newspaper racks; and a 1979 Ford transformed into a bookmobile from which free books are distributed in Buenos Aires, among others, that spring up in public spaces.   (We’re also fond of more traditional libraries that are housed in

myimaginarybrooklyn: “ Urban Hacktivist Launches Street Library BY JEROEN BEEKMANS Strasbourg-based street artist Florian Rivière is back with a new, neat urban intervention! Last weekend, Rivière.

Put a little case for your used books in front of your house. People can take what they like, maybe leave you something, too! I AM IN LOVE.

Little Free Library, Worldwide Effort to Build Tiny Community Libraries - two within walking distance of my house but I still want one!

DIY your own BOOK EXCHANGE for your front yard. What an cool idea.

Here Are 30 Relatively Simple Things That Will Make Your Home Extremely Awesome.Build a free library for your neighbors. Take a book, leave a book

Amy Kazilsky. Milwaukee WI. The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum provides early learning and school readiness activities and programs that support more than 200,000 visitors each year. Visitors can participate in the free book exchange by bringing in a gently used children’s book to the Museum’s Information Desk, then selecting a book from the Little Free Library to take home.

The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum provides early…

Papemelroti's Book Exchange Project

This book shelf stands outside the Papemelroti store at the Korben Place. The main building is at the corner of Chino Roces and Sct.

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