Noel and Kristin Mayeske. College Park, GA. Built by Kimy Kennedy and Russell Riediger. We now have SIX of these in your neighborhood (Historic College Park). We wanted to surprise the Mayeske's with a Dr. Suess type LFL --- Russell builds these and I register them. It's spreading magic ONE book at a time. You never know when someone will read a book and it will change their path, way of thinking or just add joy to their lives. WE LOVE OUR LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES! xxoooo
Take a unique spot in your room and transform it into the ideal bookcase for extra storage.
How to Build a Little Free Library | Use recycled materials to make a tiny neighborhood library where people can borrow, return and/or donate books.
If you have a blank wall what better way to give it life than sturdy built-in bookshelves, like these in the home of gallerist Rebecca Hossack. Note the way that the size of the shelves subtly increases, so that small light books snugly fill the top, while the largest, heaviest tombs have ample room at the bottom.
Beautiful library :)
An entry from The Very Instant That I Saw You
Chris Matthews. Washington D.C. We both like to read and are active in the community. One of us is a librarian and the other is a railfan (and model railroader). So, a box car seemed to be the oblivious location for our LFL.