This blog post comes from Dan Sheridan, marketing and operations coordinator at the Little Free Library nonprofit organization.
If you are anything like us at Little Free Library, the last month has consisted of watching soccer matches, googling what FIFA stands for, and, of course, finding other teams to root for besides the United States. In celebration of the World Cup Final on Sunday, here are some of our favorite Little Free Libraries from the two remaining countries: Croatia and France.
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Brimming with Croatian pride, this Little Free Library displays Croatia’s national colors and a variation of its well-known symbol: the checkerboard. Located in Poreč.
Three’s company! Take home or donate three times the books with this colorful trio of Little Free Libraries in Dubrovnik!
This vibrant Little Free Library is located in Pazin.
Located in Haute-Loire, this Little Free Library is made out of an old pharmacy box. It also gets a new set of titles each month!
Located in Berre-Les-Alpes, the SEPT association has placed a few Little Free Libraries in their community. Find them in front of the school, town square, and the kindergarten!
This Little Free Library is part of a “Books for Liberty” initiative set up by the Public Libraries of Chinon and Rivière. It also serves as a geocache!
If you want to cheer on either France or Croatia in the World Cup Final, tune in to FOX on Sunday at 10:00 a.m. CST. Check out our World Map to find Little Free Libraries in neighborhoods near you. And to learn how you can start your own Little Free Library and support our mission to inspire a love of reading, build community, and spark creativity, visit our website.