Little Free Libraries

Tod Bohl built the first Little Free Library in 2009 as a tribute to his deceased mother. Now they are everywhere, including one at the Library of Congress. But do they all look the same? Most that we’re familiar with look like cute little cottages. But take a look at the Little Free Library in the middle of a town in France. You can actually walk into it and browse.

And look at the two Little Free Libraries spotted in Italy. The yellow one is so tiny it barely fits on the windowsill of a school. The other two are for short kids and tall kids. Quite clever!

And finally, check out this one in Arizona. Who would ever imagine a Little Free Library in a Tupperware tub!?