Steward Spotlight: Savannah Lewis

Steward Spotlight: Savannah Lewis

Savannah Lewis knew that many rural neighborhoods and small towns in Texas did not have public libraries or easy access to books. So for her Girl Scout Gold Award, she focused on ways that she could provide easy access to affordable books in rural neighborhoods near La Vernia, Texas. She ultimately built two Little Free Library book-sharing boxes…

Steward Spotlight: Debbie Teague

Steward Spotlight: Debbie Teague

This post is part of Little Free Library’s Steward Spotlight series! This series delves into the diversity of steward experience and uncovers the challenges, surprises, and best practices of Little Free Library volunteer stewards around the world. In October 2017,...
Steward Spotlight: Laura Webb

Steward Spotlight: Laura Webb

This post is part of Little Free Library’s Steward Spotlight series! This series delves into the diversity of steward experience and uncovers the challenges, surprises, and best practices of Little Free Library volunteer stewards around the world. Laura Webb is the...
Steward Spotlight: St. Andrews Church Community Literacy Project

Steward Spotlight: St. Andrews Church Community Literacy Project

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Killarnock, Virginia launched their Community Literacy Project in 2013. The original goal was to put up four Little Free Library book-sharing boxes in nearby counties, but they decided to expand the project when they saw how many readers (especially young ones!) were gaining access to books because of the Little Libraries.

Spreading Art through Little Free Libraries

Spreading Art through Little Free Libraries

Little Free Libraries are more than just quaint little boxes that people put up in their front yards. Cities and organizations around the country are putting them up 5, 10 or 20 at a time to serve a variety of purposes. The city of Brantford, Ontario put their own creative spin on the 10 Little Free Libraries they placed around town.

DIY Little Free Library (Adorable AND Affordable!)

DIY Little Free Library (Adorable AND Affordable!)

Every day we see cute, thoughtful Little Library designs that didn’t break the bank and required little-to-no assembly. Take Little Free Library steward Iliana Morton, for example. Her Library is a transformed IKEA metal cabinet cube that cost her $25, and the result is a bright, cute, cost-effective Library!

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