Our Neighborhood

Many tiny libraries make for a big read

One of the most heartening aspects of modern urban life is the rise of the neighborhood tiny library. These charming little book depositories, often created and maintained by dedicated volunteers, serve as a testament to the human desire for knowledge, community, and connection.

They bring people together around a shared love of reading and learning. You can strike up a conversation with a fellow book-lover, or maybe leave a note for someone else to find. Who knows, you might even make a new friend or two.

They create a sense of belonging and inclusivity, inviting everyone in the community to participate and contribute. They remind us that knowledge is not just the purview of the privileged few, but something that should be freely available to all who seek it.

They are, in essence, a small but mighty microcosms of the human spirit, offering a humble yet profound reminder of the power of books to inspire, educate, and delight.

A brand new Little Free Library

Attention all book-lovers and knowledge-seekers! We are thrilled to announce the opening of a brand new neighborhood tiny library specialized in history and children’s crafts.