Have you seen a "Little Free Library" in your town? It's a great way for residents to share books and read new material without any cost involved, just a great community sharing program.

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I spotted this "Little Free Library" as I traveled around Tuckerton recently. Some local residents started their own edition of this growing trend. A great way to promote reading in your community.

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As I explored this further, it turns out I must have been living under a rock because there are a lot of “Little Free Libraries” all over Ocean County. How could I have missed these? CLICK HERE for a map to check out where the nearest “Little Free Library” to your home.

The “Little Free Library” national organization mission ….. “Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization based in Hudson, Wisconsin. Our mission is to be a catalyst for building community, inspiring readers, and expanding book access for all through a global network of volunteer-led Little Free Libraries.

Our vision is a Little Free Library in every community and a book for every reader. We believe all people are empowered when the opportunity to discover a personally relevant book to read is not limited by time, space, or privilege.”

Pretty cool project and again I’m surprised that this is a whole new “thing” to me lol but hey like they say you learn something new everyday.

Have You used a “Little Free Library” ? Post your comments below share your thoughts……happy reading :)


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