Ricki Spicer. Rochester, OH. The Stocker Foundation has implemented the Lorain County Little Free Library Initiative. This special project is intended to promote reading literacy, a love of reading and to provide books to share at various locations across Lorain County, Ohio where access is a challenge. Like us on Facebook: Lorain County Little Free Library Initiative.
Janet Mika. San Diego, CA. We started the Madra Dog Little Free Library for our community to share the joy of reading. Madra Dog is our community's mascot, and it is only fitting that he has a library. :-) We have all kinds of books and audio books in there, from Homer's Odyssey to children's books, and they change daily as people take them and leave them.
Rachael Bouma. Tacoma, WA. We were inspired by an article about Little Free Libraries in the Seattle Times about a year ago. This Mother's Day (2013) my husband and children gave me this Little Free Library as a gift to me. We'll fill it with favorite books of ours and hope that our community enjoys this Little Library!
Karen Strong. Conifer, CO. My husband, Thom, surprised me with my Little Free Library for Christmas in 2013. He built it out of an old oak pallet that his brother brought him from Michigan, and made it to look like a barn in Vermont, where I grew up & visit every year. I love the idea of providing a free community resource for people to take books from – books that hopefully expand their love of reading, or that simply take them away from their daily troubles for a few hours.