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.

In Memory Of
Sarah Fields

Sarah served her community and a Little Library was just one of the things that made Sarah who she was. An advocate, role model, and friend. She will be missed.

Submitted by Jessica Abernathy
In Memory Of
Karen Fenster

Miss you every day Mom. This year would have been your 80th birthday.

Submitted by Simone Loeffel
In Honor Of
Carolyn Cottrell

To the most amazing educator & literacy advocate! We love you!

Submitted by Frances Gebhart
In Memory Of
Dr. Anne K. Abate

A steward of 2 Little Free Libraries and a hero librarian. As a doyenne of library education, Anne taught and mentored a generation of young librarians. She will be missed.

Submitted by Melissa Broome
In Memory Of

Avid reader, dedicated champion of reading and public libraries, my Mother inspired many – teaching students and teachers in NYC public schools. Always helping others, recommending and donating books.

In Honor Of
Vivian T

In honor of our beloved mom, who LOVES to read and enjoyed teaching her students to read. As Stephen King said: “Books are a uniquely portable magic.”

Submitted by Cathy F
In Memory Of
Vera Petron

I made my donation in honor of my second grade teacher Vera Petron who I had FIFTY NINE (!) years ago! She was warm and kind. I just adored her.

Submitted by Catherine DeMonte
In Memory Of
Renee Flager

Renee Flager was the driving force behind creating, erecting & maintaining our L.F.L. I am honored to carry on as the steward in her memory.
In appreciation, Marty Shively

Submitted by Marty Shively
In Honor Of
Priscila Buiar

Happy Birthday Pri! Thank you for using your visibility to share with us your love for books, reminding us “that no one can take away teaching and wisdom” from us.

Submitted by Jennifer Ryan
In Honor Of
Todd Bol

Todd/ Dad, We miss you and celebrate your commitment to founding Little Free Library, and sharing books. We support reading with your three grandchildren!
Love, Susan, Allison, and Austin Bol

Submitted by Susan Bol
In Memory Of
Madeline Kiesling

Maddie -May you be free and know that your love and spirit lives on in all your loved ones.

Submitted by Susan Skrzeczkoski
In Honor Of
Barbara Lindsley

Mom, Thank you for sharing your love of books, and inspiring my first free library, “Barbara’s Book Barn”. You are once and always my favorite Librarian.

Submitted by Alice Lindsley
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