Rebecca Pawloski. Grand Rapids, MI. Our library is a replica of the TARDIS -- aka, The Doctor's spaceship. Every book is like the TARDIS -- bigger on the inside, full of wonder and imagination and able to transport one to other times and worlds. It was hand-made with love by my husband, Bobby, and our daughter is the excited little girl showing it off in the photo. We love the mission of Little Free Library and hope many people use it and love as much as we do!
Charles Hammonds. Eugene, OR. We live near a very popular bike trail that is used by many of our neighbors for riding, running and walking. Since we have a steady stream of passers by, it is a great location for a LFL. Our Little Free Library is a much smaller version of our house. Within an hour of installing our LFL we noticed a young girl browsing the books. She made her selection and waved as she walked away. The next day she returned for another book and left 5 books!
Karri Folks. Ames, IA. I created Folks' Little Free Library to promote community and the LOVE of books in my neighborhood here in Iowa. I wanted to combine two of my loves...Buttons and Books and came up with the logo "Un-Button your Imagination with a book!". I hope that both children and adults enjoy the whimsical button library for many years to come. www.facebook.com/ButtonLittleFreeLibrary
Deb Fritz. Evansville, WI. Scott Brummond built nine Little Free Libraries in the city of Evansville. This LFL is special, because it is in front of his own house, and...it looks just like his house! This Little Free Library is visited frequently, because Scott's wife, Nancy, is a second grade teacher at Levi Leonard Elementary School in Evansville. A big thank you goes out to Scott for his ongoing contribution to literacy in the community.
Anh Tran. St. Anthony, MN. We love books and love the idea of LFLs. We commissioned our library this spring and were able to install it this August. The theme we chose is Dr. Seuss with his many words of wisdom and sense of joy and wonder for kids of all ages! In the words of Dr. Seuss, "Be awesome. Be a book nut!"