“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.
Seventeen days and nine states later, Little Free Library founder Todd H. Bol is back from an epic road trip through the southern United States to Washington, D.C., on his most recent Across America tour.
What do Little Free Libraries, Stephen King, and the Librarian of Congress have in common? They all attended the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.! Check out these photos of our adventures at the festival.
This week, Little Free Library dedicated Peace Pole Libraries to important civil rights institutions in Alabama.
In Northport, Alabama, Little Free Libraries are being used to remember a young woman named Holly Rogers, who was tragically killed by a drunk driver.
The tour began on the morning of Sunday, September 11, with the Little Free Library trailer packed full of book exchanges and display materials. These materials will be dropped off and displayed at stops along the road as Bol makes his way to…
Little Free Library’s Peace Pole Library displays the message “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in more than 80 languages—from English to Japanese to Navajo. Standing six feet tall, it is a powerful reminder to think, speak, and act in the spirit of peace and compassion.