Little Free Library’s Honor Wall

With Respect, Honor and Gratitude

Welcome to Little Free Library’s Honor Wall. Honor your loved one by making an honorary or memorial gift to Little Free Library!

When you make an honorary gift of $50 or more, you may share a story on the Honor Wall below. It’s a lasting and heartfelt way to pay tribute to someone special, and it will support Little Free Library’s mission to build stronger communities, improve literacy, and expand book access for all.

Click on any listing on the wall below to reveal more information.

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In Memory Of
Margaret Hoffman
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This donation is made in memory of my mother who was an outstanding 4th grade teacher in Cleveland and a lover of reading. She also encouraged MY love of reading.

Submitted by Beverly Schmittgen

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Grandma Laurie & Papa Jim
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for showing us what it means to love others and love books.

Submitted by Calli Moreau

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Sofia Leggio
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In honor of Sofia, a passionate reader who notices the books that others overlook. You love Little Free Libraries, and we love you!

Submitted by Bianca Chakiryan

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In Memory Of
Mr. Bear/Sugar/Dice/Kizzy/Ouija Watkins
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Beloved cocker spaniels who cuddled up while I read, read, read... They loved book-time w. their mommy.

Submitted by Mary Roush

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In Memory Of
Jason Scala
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Jason built and maintained Gufo the Owl, in Jersey City's Hamilton Park. It was a labor of love for his two young daughters. Covid-19 took him far too soon.

Submitted by Brigid Cahalan

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Natalie Booth
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My mother, Natalie Ring Booth, was an English teacher and instilled in all of her children the love of books. She read daily into her 90's.

Submitted by Gifford Booth

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Daniela Forte
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To Daniela - my sweet daughter. We miss you so much and your love of books will continue in your memory. Love your heartbroken mom

Submitted by Tina Kadish

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Karen Fenster
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To a loving mother who taught me what really matters. Your beliefs and your values live on - I miss you!

Submitted by Simone Loeffel

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Alisha Ramos
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Alisha is a WOC and a CEO with a strong passion for books. Making this donation in her honor was her only wishlist item for this holiday season!

Submitted by Corey Speisman

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Taryn Shanes
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In honor of a passionate reader who wants to share the power of books!

Submitted by David Shanes

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Timothy Barber
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Thank you for using your amazing skills to build beautiful Little Free Libraries, enhance communities and promote literacy. Your heart is gold and we are so grateful.

Submitted by Julie Bridges

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Gwen Wolfson
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Thank you for sharing your love of reading with me.

Submitted by Tyler Wolfson

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Edi A. Campbell
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Our mother has always been lovingly and passionately dedicated to family and education. Her work advocating for authors and readers of diverse backgrounds is making the world better.

Submitted by Campbell Kids

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Betty McCray
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At age 101, recently widowed Betty McCray discovered a Little Free Library, and found joy and calm in books.

Submitted by Janet Robinson

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Rachel Fetter
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We are so proud of Rachel and her setup of our new library. She painted bricks with books and the neighborhood is really enjoying it!

Submitted by Evan Fetter

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John and Eva Hurst
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John and Eva are avid readers who share their love with family and anyone who will open a book or those who may read it one day.

Submitted by Wendy Kistler

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Whitney Bonner
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In loving memory of our daughter, Whitney, who loved to read from an early age.

Submitted by Elle Bonner

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Harry Persad
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My father was a failure in his life, but he loved the arts, and encouraged me to appreciate music, opera, fiction and poetry. I'm conflicted about him, but love remains.

Submitted by Sandra Roy

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Otto Hampton
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My father believed in the power of education . He believed in continuous learning. He taught all of his children and grandchildren to love reading. Read to your children,

Submitted by linda schiffer

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In Memory Of
Karen Wadler
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Our very Beloved BFF, Sistah was like no other in the whole world.She was the BEST of the BEST.Through these wonderful books her love of reading will live on forever❤️❤️❤️

Submitted by Ronni and Howard Rosenblum

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Karen Wadler
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Our "Keppie" was the kindest and most generous person imaginable; may her memory be a blessing.

Submitted by Scott Weintraub

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Karen Wadler
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Our dearest Tata Karen was the most generous and giving person. How fortunate we were to be so loved by her. May these little libraries bring smiles to many children.

Submitted by Aleeza Nemirof

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Dee Bellows
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Thankful for my grandma who took me to Narnia and brought books to life!

Submitted by Natalie Olsen

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In Memory Of
Karen Wadler
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We miss you so much. We are always thinking of you. We will make sure to pass on your love for books to Devi.

Submitted by Jacques Wadler

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