Little Free Library’s Action Book Club, which blends reading and social engagement, is going strong after its first year. Now the Action Book Club is launching a new theme: Everyday Heroes, celebrating acts of bravery, character, and kindness that transform our world in ways big and small. Learn how you can take part—and win free books!
It’s been a big year at Little Free Library! As 2017 comes to a close, we’re looking back on the year’s highlights and surprises. Here we give you six of our favorite stories. (Spoiler alert: We gave away 360 Little Free Libraries this year!)
Are you looking for a holiday gift that gives back? We can help! Each purchase from our online store supports the Impact Library Program, which provides no-cost Little Free Libraries full of books to communities where they can make a difference.
Big news! Little Free Library is proud to announce we’re giving away 100 Little Free Library book exchanges to U.S. police departments in an effort to connect officers with neighborhood youth.
One of the most meaningful rewards of having a Little Free Library happens when someone jots down a simple thank-you note and leaves it in your Library. Here are ten of our favorites—some heartbreaking, some humorous, all uplifting.
Little Free Library is honored to receive the Women’s National Book Association’s Second Century Prize, awarded to a nonprofit organization that promotes literacy and fosters lifelong reading. The prize celebrates the WNBA’s Centennial and carries a $5,000 award.
JUST ANNOUNCED: To celebrate the Action Book Club’s new theme—which celebrates diversity, our differences, and the similarities that connect us all—we’re providing free books to ten reading groups who sign up through July 15!
“Girl Scouts are our superheroes,” says Little Free Library creator and executive director Todd H. Bol. Troop 5615 from the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles visited the Little Free Library booth at the LA Times Festival of Books and helped build twelve Little Libraries.
If you live in the Los Angeles area and love books, we hope to see you soon! Little Free Library founder Todd H. Bol and friends will host activities at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, April 22–23. Find us near the main stage.
In this series, we’ll meet Action Book Clubs from around the country that are reading good books and doing good things to benefit their communities. These are Action Book Clubs in action!
Little Free Library has been named one of the first winners of a “2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit Award” from GreatNonprofits, based on ratings and reviews from volunteer stewards, fans, and donors. To all of our supporters: Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts!
How would you design your dream Little Free Library? Last fall Chronicle Books challenged architects around the world to design outside-the-box Little Free Libraries. Now, the Little Free Library Design Competition winners have been announced!
Little Free Library is proud to announce the nationwide launch of the Action Book Club™, and we want your group to sign up! A new twist on the traditional book club, Little Free Library’s Action Book Club combines reading, community connections, and good works. Join us for good reads and deeds!
As we wave goodbye to 2016, we’re enjoying looking back on the highlights and surprises of the year. Here, we give you five of our favorite stories, from the first-ever Little Free Library Festival to the 50,000th Little Free Library. Enjoy!
Are you making a holiday shopping list and checking it twice? Let us help you find the perfect gifts, from Little Free Libraries to tote bags, coffee mugs, gift cards, and more!
Are Little Free Libraries one of your favorite things? Turns out that Whoopi Goldberg loves them, too! The television host included Little Free Libraries in her list of “Whoopi Goldberg’s Favorite Things” on The View this week. Watch the video here!
Today we’re celebrating a major landmark: the 50,000th Little Free Library! Little Free Library No. 50,000 has been placed at the Illumination Foundation, a homeless shelter in Santa Ana, California, where there is only one public library for more than 335,000 residents.
Little Free Libraries welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to take a book and share a book. Just as we want everyone to have access to free books, we want everyone who wants one to have a Little Free Library, regardless of their ability to pay for it. That’s where Little Free Library’s Impact Library Program—and you—come in!
In Minneapolis, police officers don’t always ride in squad cars—some ride three-wheeled bikes around the city, filling up Little Free Libraries with books! Bike Cops for Kids, a popular Minneapolis Police Department program established in 2009, has delivered hundreds of free books…
Chances are, you’ve heard of a pub crawl. But what about a Little Free Library Crawl? This tour is a fun way to visit multiple Little Free Libraries in your neighborhood by foot, bike, or car. In this post, learn how a steward group hosted a well-attended Little Free Library Crawl in Corpus Christi, Texas.