This post is part of our Little Free Library moments series! This series highlights touching moments that are created by stewards and their Little Free Libraries. 

Author Dan Szczesny took his daughter on a Little Free Library crawl where they visited and shared books at Libraries in Southeast New Hampshire. We can’t think of a better way to spend a weekend! (If you want to embark on a crawl of your own, find ones near you with our Little Free Library Map!)









Steward Therese Chung received a Little Free Library from our Native American Impact Library Program sponsored by Anthem/Amerigroup. To properly introduce Library #82337 to her Barona community, she hosted a grand opening ceremony! Read more about it below:








(Mural painted behind the Little Free Library is by O’Jay Vanegas, a native artist and educator).

“Approximately 65 people attended the event, and we had a special reading of the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” in English and ‘Iipay Aa (Kumeyaay/Diegueno Language) by Mr. Pat Curo. It was a lovely event enjoyed by all and a great way to introduce the LFL to the community! I’m also pleased to report that our LFL is being used and we’ve received several new book additions already.”

Learn more about the Barona Museum here, and help create more moments like this by supporting our Impact Library Program.


Lastly, we love Little Free Libraries of all shapes and sizes, but especially ones that offer a drive-thru service, like this Mini Shed (Library #66876) in Santa Barbara, CA!

If you have a Little Free Library moment you’d like to share, we’d love to hear it! Share it using #LFLMoment on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. If you want to create moments like this in your community, learn how to start a Little Free Library or find a Library near you using the Little Free Library world map!

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