Shop Where Your Purchase Supports Little Free Library
Little Free Library has partnered with Interstate Books4School to make low-cost books available to Little Library stewards, patrons, and friends.
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 Opportunities for Everyone
Get a Humble Bundle E-Book Package and Support Little Free Library – Ongoing
Every month, Humble Bundle offers bundles of e-books, games, and other digital content with flexible pricing. You choose how much you want to pay for the package that interests you, and part of your purchase will be donated to charity. Here’s the cool part: when you click on this special link and then purchase a Humble Bundle within 24 hours, 15% of your purchase will be donated back to Little Free Library! Humble Bundles change regularly; they often have e-book packages of cookbooks, STEM books, craft books, and more! But remember, you must click on the link above for 15% of your purchase to be donated to Little Free Library.
Book Opportunities Just for Registered Stewards
For these opportunities, you must have a registered Little Free Library with an official charter number. Not a registered steward? Learn about registration.
Half Price Books in Wisconsin and Minnesota – Ongoing
Registered Library stewards can get 10% off any books you purchase from Half Price Books stores in Minnesota and Wisconsin. To get the discount, let the checkout person know you are a Little Free Library steward (and be prepared to provide your charter number, too).
Deeply Discounted Books from First Book – Ongoing
First Book is an international nonprofit that provides access to free and deeply discounted new books for those who work with children from low-income families. Registered stewards whose patrons are are at least 70% children from low-income families are eligible to create an account and shop on the First Book Marketplace. Learn more about First Book participation on our website or visit First Book’s registration page.