Maintaining a Little Free Library
Whether you have had a Little Free Library book exchange for a few days or several years, there is something here for you.
Download free signage and book labels. Get inspired by stories and ideas from stewards around the world. Discover resources you did not even know existed.
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The Latest News
Little Free Library and stewards everywhere have been recognized by the Library of Congress for creating communities of literacy.
Click here to learn more and download a press release you may use to spread the word locally. Congratulations stewards!
Meet The Stewards
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!read more
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…read more
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…read more
Activities and Crafts
Julie Bush has made more than a few beautiful, eye-catching “sandwich” signs to promote Little Libraries in her town of Lafayette, Louisiana. We’re sharing her photos and process so that you can create one, too!read more
We’ve hand-picked 39 of the most whimsical, rustic, innovative, and generally amazing Little Libraries that we’ve seen lately and put them into one handy slideshow for your viewing pleasure.read more
One of the most creative and cost-effective ways to start a Little Free Library is convert an old newspaper dispenser into a Library. With the internet delivering news to millions of people these days, a lot of news companies have stopped selling their newspapers...read more