Girl Scouts Are Inspiring Readers Across the U.S.
Make a lasting impact in their communities. Little Free Library book exchanges are a long-lasting, sustainable way to provide books to kids, families and neighbors for years to come.
Provide an innovative solution to improve book access. Little Free Libraries are a simple but powerful tool to ensure that everyone has access to books year round (especially those who may have difficulty accessing the public library).
Make reading a part of people’s day-to-day lives in a sustainable way. Little Libraries are easy to maintain by a local caretaker (called a volunteer steward), and best of all, they make books and reading a part of people’s everyday routines.
Learn valuable building skills. Whether by using building plans to create a Library from scratch, or by assembling one of our Library Kits, Girl Scouts can learn useful carpentry skills as they build and install Little Free Libraries.
Don't Forget to Register and Add Your Little Free Library Book Exchange to the World Map!
If you decide to build one or more Little Free Library book exchanges, don’t forget to register by purchasing a charter sign for each of your Libraries! When you register, you get an official charter sign, the option to list your library on our map, and more!