Book Opportunities for Everyone
Little Free Library works with authors, publishers, and distributors who share our vision of inspiring readers and building community. Check this list regularly as opportunities change often!
Win a copy of The Book Woman’s Daughter – Ends January 31
Kim Michele Richardson, bestselling author of The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, is back with the perfect book club read! The Book Woman’s Daughter follows Honey Lovett who must fight for her own independence with the help of the women who guide her and the books that set her free. We’re giving away 75 advance reader copies thanks to our friends at Sourcebooks! Open to the U.S. and Canada. Enter to win!
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Shop Where Your Purchase Supports Little Free Library
Little Free Library’s Bookshop.org Storefront
Bookshop.org is an online bookstore that makes it easy to buy books while financially supporting local, independent bookstores. When you shop through Little Free Library’s Bookshop.org storefront, your purchase triggers at 10% commission to both local bookstores and the LFL nonprofit organization. Purchases from our Bookshop storefront support our programs, including the Impact Library Program, which serves high-need communities, and Read in Color, our diverse books initiative.
Little Free Library has partnered with Interstate Books4School to make low-cost books available to little library stewards and friends. Book prices start at $1! Choose from the Valu-Book collection for lowest costs. English, Spanish, and bilingual books are available; options include books for infants through grade 12. A portion of every book purchase from Books4School is donated to the Little Free Library organization! At checkout step #5, click “Yes, this is a Little Free Library order.” Your cost is not affected!
Book Directory for Registered Stewards
If you're a registered Little Free Library steward in need of books, you're in the right place! The Book Directory below showcases opportunities for registered stewards to receive free books from individuals and organizations worldwide. Use the search bar and/or filters to refine the opportunities listed on the wall to meet your criteria. Please contact us if you need to remove or edit your existing listing on the Directory. Please note this is NOT a place for stewards to list their libraries. Individual little libraries will NOT be listed on this directory.
Search and Filters
Closed Amazon Account. All books must go.
Please contact me before you take any actions. firstname.lastname@example.org Books vary in sizes and genres. Fiction and Non-Fiction available. Titles and/or photos on request. Most in VG to Excellent
Contact me via email first. email@example.com Bring your own containers or bags. Ask about specific genres or subjects. Hours: Sat/Sun- 12 -4. Contact for weekday hour availability for special pick-up.
Books available through Project 99A
Project 99A is a volunteer run, Canadian not-for-profit organization focused on elevating literacy. One of the ways we do this is by collecting books and donating them to those in need.
Send an e-mail message to: info@Project99A.ca with your name, your organization (if applicable), why you need books and the types of books you require. Books are only available for pick-up in Richmond Hill, Ontario.
Stewards’ Shelf in Phoenix, Ariz.
Bookmans Entertainment Exchange in Phoenix, Ariz. Books in our Stewards' Shelf are free for all LFL stewards. Please limit yourself to 20 books per week from our pre-sorted selection.
You must be a registered steward and need your Charter# in order to take books. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Arizona Stewards can get 20 books a week FREE
We are a used bookstore in Mesa, Arizona. Currently, any registered LFL steward in Arizona can come into our location and pick out up to 20 books a week for free. (From a pre-sorted selection)
Any registered LFL steward can receive up to 20 books a week for free (From a pre-sorted section) to help fill their LFL. Email MesaEvents@Bookmans.com
St. Pete Shush Book Box
Free new and gently used books available 24/7/365 for stewards in Tampa Bay, FL. You must pick up. All ages, board book through adult. Includes Read in Color book section for committed stewards.
Reach out to https://www.facebook.com/StPeteShush (always preferred) or email@example.com to request access. We will send you our full address and instructions. The book boxes are available to access 24/7/365 for Little Free Library stewards. They are organized by type (board books, picture books, leveled readers, early and middle grade, young adult, and adult) and are new or gently used quality. The book box is always full thanks to the generosity of the community and our partnerships with local book retailers and warehouses. Most books fall into the fiction category, but there is some nonfiction as well. We have a dedicated Read in Color section for our stewards who are seeking to bring diverse books to their neighborhood.
Parapsychology and Paranormal Studies
The Journal of Occult Studies and Meta Science Quarterly provides the latest news and in-depth discussions on parapsychology and paranormal studies.
The Journal of Occult Studies and Meta Science Quarterly are publications dedicated to parapsychology and paranormal studies and other related disciplines. The JOS offers an interdisciplinary approach to paranormal phenomena while MSQ provides in-depth discussions about parapsychology in the new age. Both are considered formidable resources for the latest development in these fields of study. Get access to their articles when you visit this website: www.josmsq.com.
Maryland Book Bank
In-person browsing appointments can be made through the website. Bring your own boxes, bags, bins, and leave with as many books as you like!
The Book Thing of Baltimore
MISSION To put unwanted books into the hands of those who want them. All books are FREE. Books you take must be stamped, ”Not for Resale.” During COVID, giveaway days are scheduled 1x / month.
The building is temporarily closed during COVID. They are offering outdoor, in-person, book giveaway events approximately once a month. Visit their website for more information and upcoming event dates.
Free Children’s books for MN LFL stewards
The Free Book Buggie is a nonprofit dedicated to providing access to free children’s books throughout the 7 county Mpls/St. Paul MN metro region. Help us share the love of reading with children through your LFL!
Please use the link provided to request books. We will contact you to confirm your request and schedule an appointment time.
Gift of Literacy
Hindi's Libraries donates new and gently used children's books (infant-adult) to recipients serving children and families in need. Our mission is to continue the legacy of Dr. Hindi Krinsky.
While we typically send 1-2 boxes of books at a time, we can perpetually send you books if you qualify. Please complete the donation request form on our website or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
BookGive is a nonprofit dedicated to delivering free books throughout the seven-county Denver metro region.
To request books, email: email@example.com
Books for children living in poverty
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request books for your Little Free Library box. Please be prepared to provide documentation of the demographics of the community where it is located. Demographics for schools in your area that include percentage receiving free and reduced lunch can be found on https://www.ed-data.org/. Please include in your request the age range served by your LFL. We can provide books for TK-8th grade. Books can be picked up in San Francisco at the listed address, or in Palo Alto at the home of one of our board members. Please include in your request which pick up location would work best for you.
First Book Marketplace
First Book is a non-profit that provides access to free and low-cost new books for those who work with children from low-income families. That includes LFL stewards serving low-income communities!
You will need to register with First Book and be prepared to prove that your little library serves at least 70% children from low-income families. Click the link below to learn more and register with First Book.