Street libraries, little free libraries, guerrilla libraries, take-a-book-leave-a-book. They have many names and that’s not what’s important. What’s important is are you reading freely?
Griffith, IN – Another Little Free Library, this one in front of the Grindhouse Café made by local carpenter and “birdhouse king” George Pollard. It’s one of six around the little town that grew up around the train junction.
Brewers Hill, Milwaukee, WI – Little Free Library #2431 sponsored by the United Way of Greater Milwaukee, situated with a dramatic view of downtown. The library features a Dr Seuss quote: “The more than you read, the more things you will know. The more things that you learn, the more places you’ll go!”
Lower East Side, Milwaukee, WI – This was perhaps the funkiest gas station I’ve visited, with Picasso and Jazz prints on the wall, pithy little taped signs all over the store, and a pleasant attendant named Stewie behind the register. The presence of the Little Free Library complemented the scene.
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