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Community Partnership for Children



FREE Little Library
(Located at Watts Hall)

  1. Promoting Literacy: Little Free Libraries encourage reading by making books accessible to everyone. They provide an opportunity for people of all ages to discover new stories, learn, and expand their horizons. By fostering a love for reading, these mini libraries contribute to overall literacy rates.

  2. Building Community Connections:

    • Social Interaction: When people visit a Little Free Library, they often encounter neighbors or fellow book enthusiasts. Conversations spark, friendships form, and a sense of community blossoms.

    • Shared Interests: These tiny libraries create a common ground where people share their favorite books. It’s like having a book club without scheduled meetings—just an informal exchange of recommendations.

  3. Encouraging Generosity:

    • Pay It Forward: When someone donates a book or borrows one, they participate in a cycle of generosity. It’s a simple act that encourages kindness and goodwill.

    • Community Care: People who maintain these libraries often do so out of a genuine desire to give back. Their efforts benefit the entire neighborhood.

  4. Inspiring Creativity:

    • Book Art and Themes: Some Little Free Libraries feature creative displays, seasonal themes, or book-related art. This sparks curiosity and encourages people to engage with literature in unique ways.


What is a FREE Little Library?

A Little Free Library is a “take a book, share a book” free book exchange. They come in many shapes and sizes, but the most common version is a small wooden box of books. Anyone may take a book or bring a book to share

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