Little Free Library’s Action Book Club, which blends reading and social engagement, is going strong after its first year. Now the Action Book Club is launching a new theme: Everyday Heroes, celebrating acts of bravery, character, and kindness that transform our world in ways big and small. Learn how you can take part—and win free books!
Are you looking for a holiday gift that gives back? We can help! Each purchase from our online store supports the Impact Library Program, which provides no-cost Little Free Libraries full of books to communities where they can make a difference.
Little Free Library is honored to receive the Women’s National Book Association’s Second Century Prize, awarded to a nonprofit organization that promotes literacy and fosters lifelong reading. The prize celebrates the WNBA’s Centennial and carries a $5,000 award.
Summer is a great season for heading outdoors, trying new things, and exploring interests. Pair summer experiences with books and you give kids the opportunity to both enjoy reading and learn more about their world.
The 2017 American Library Association Annual Conference in Chicago boasted 25,000 attendees, including Little Free Library staff and volunteers! For us, it was three days jam-packed with 6 Library builds, 10 Libraries given away, hundreds of …
JUST ANNOUNCED: To celebrate the Action Book Club’s new theme—which celebrates diversity, our differences, and the similarities that connect us all—we’re providing free books to ten reading groups who sign up through July 15!
Looking for a cute, affordable Little Library design? Learn how one steward transformed a $25 IKEA metal cabinet cube into an adorable Little Free Library!
“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.
In this series, we’ll meet Action Book Clubs from around the country that are reading good books and doing good things to benefit their communities. These are Action Book Clubs in action!
Little Free Library has been named one of the first winners of a “2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit Award” from GreatNonprofits, based on ratings and reviews from volunteer stewards, fans, and donors. To all of our supporters: Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts!
Whether you’re a Daisy, a Brownie, a Junior or a Cadette, starting one or more Little Free Libraries could be the perfect way for you to impact your community by improving access to books, and encouraging a love of reading. Here are five success stories (including tips and best practices, too!) of other Girl Scouts…
Rose Buckens and Jo Ann Jaacks are on a mission to bring Little Free Libraries to Litchfield, Connecticut and the surrounding towns. But some of their Little Free Library book exchanges don’t only share books. Jaacks and Buckens expanded on the traditional “Take a Book, Return a Book” idea…
How would you design your dream Little Free Library? Last fall Chronicle Books challenged architects around the world to design outside-the-box Little Free Libraries. Now, the Little Free Library Design Competition winners have been announced!
Douglas and Jean Chadwick, co-founders of the Literacy Club, together with the Redlands Police Department, came up with a brilliant idea: could we build a trailer that could be transformed into a mobile library that the police could take to community events and hand out free books?
Little Free Library is proud to announce the nationwide launch of the Action Book Club™, and we want your group to sign up! A new twist on the traditional book club, Little Free Library’s Action Book Club combines reading, community connections, and good works. Join us for good reads and deeds!