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The Lauzon Family. Hermosa Beach, CA. Seaside Stories was created as a gift for the community of Hermosa Beach and surrounding area. The library was officially launched on August 23, 2014 and its main premise is to teach children the importance of literacy, sharing and the values of the honor system. The Lauzon Family hopes that the little library will be a gift to all that experience it and encourage special stories to be shared on their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/seasidestories
Nicole Larrieviere. Mobile, AL. We live in a charming historic area of Mobile, Alabama called Dauphin Way Historic District. There are beautiful Oak lined streets and sidewalks where people ride their bikes, run, walk, visit with neighbors and share books. Repurposed windows were used to create a quaint library. The design is coastal cottage inspired and includes the classic southern porch blue ceiling paint inside. A variety of books may be found inside!
Marcia Hickey. Williamsburg, MI. I wanted to remember my mom, Wink and my lovely dog Blaize with a memorial that all children and adults would love for many years. Good books were a favorite of my mom's. While reading I always had my beautiful dog by my side. I dedicated the Little Library to my sons, Jay and Kelin, as a lovely remembrance of those we loved.
Bridget Hirata. Minneapolis, MN. Our Little Free Library is something our children and I always wanted to have. Upon moving into our new home, this was put on the to do list. My husband created this library from his own design, using left over bamboo fencing pieces from our fence that he recently bought. We read a lot in our home and love the idea of sharing our books with neighbors and the community.
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With 20,000+ Little Free Libraries in over 70 countries, it seems that every day we come across a photo of a new Library and say “Hey, that’s cool!” We want to make it even easier to get inspired to build the next incredible Little Library. We’ll be posting some of our favorite Library designs in …
Kira Gimm. Apple Valley, MN. As avid readers and parents to young children we wanted to help promote the love of reading in our community. Our library's design is a take on Viking architecture, and we strive to have a good variety of books for children, teens, and adults of all ages. All are welcome!
The perfect gift for the library nerd in your life? | Offbeat Home & Life
The perfect gift for the library nerd in your life? | Offbeat Home "I mean, it's got a date stamp! It's got self-adhesive pockets and checkout cards, and even its own little fussy pencil." Lol omg I feel like such a nerd. I want this SO bad.
Stacy Bednar. Minneapolis, MN. We LOVE our little library and our community seems to as well! My son (age 7) and I fell in love with the Little Free Library concept about a year ago. My uncle is a woodworker and I hired him to build us a library--and a library we got!! Iit has multiple levels of shelves and can hold numerous books! It has a clock whose hands turn with windows on the sides of the library. It is stocked with books almost always due to a partnership I formed with a local bookstore.