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.

Steward Rhonda Adams Got 150 People to Attend her Library’s Grand Opening (and She Shares Exactly How She Did It!)

Steward Rhonda Adams Got 150 People to Attend her Library’s Grand Opening (and She Shares Exactly How She Did It!)

Rhonda managed to get around 150 people to attend her Little Free Library’s Grand Opening and just about the whole town knew about it, which is one of the most wildly successful events we’ve heard of! She didn’t do anything crazy or exceptional, either. In fact, she followed a simple series of steps that just about anyone can take.

Fidelity Team Library Build Nearly Doubles the Library Footprint in Raleigh

Fidelity Team Library Build Nearly Doubles the Library Footprint in Raleigh

When you think of building a Little Free Library, you probably think of your partner or husband spending the weekend in the garage, tinkering with the design until it’s just right. But individuals aren’t the only ones starting Little Libraries; businesses, service groups and corporations are getting in on the action by organizing Team Library Builds…

Evan’s Helpful Hints: Protecting and Advertising your Library

Evan’s Helpful Hints: Protecting and Advertising your Library

The creative family of stewards behind Little Free Library #21461 will share three helpful hints that they have used to advertise their Library (it can be tricky to get people to actually use a Little Library!), make it more visible and protect their guest book from, er…over-enthusiastic visitors.

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