Little Free Library

 

Walk

Min wanted a book, so she went for a walk…

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Painted

…she checked out all the “Little Free Library” boxes, in the neighbourhood…

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Pizza!

…including the one in front of the Pizza place!

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Lantern

The carriage lantern library was full of mysteries…

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Mysteries and Romance

…there was a nice variety in this one…

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Mansion

It is a nice little mansion, but there wasn’t a single book for a person her age…

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Local

…but Lo and Behold at the Little Free Library on our street….

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Book!

…Min found one of our favourite doll stories!

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Fitting In

She lugged it home and wedged the book through the front door..

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Candy Floss!

…and up to the attic playroom!

We recommend Candy Floss by Rumer Godden…a sweet story about a boy who takes good care of his doll…and we love Little Free Libraries! Min wants to consider making a tiny Hitty-sized Little Free Library for books that Hittys can easily carry home.

 

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6 thoughts on “Little Free Library

    • She did find a treasure! We had read the story before but had not seen the lovely illustrations until we acquired this book! We live the concept of the little free libraries – there are many in Victoria!

  1. love the idea of the Hitty size free library….my girls have a personal library but might want to make one for their friends. of course wayyyyy out here in the country those friends would have a long hike!! Love that there are so many wonderful little free libraries in your area. And what a variety of “cases” for them.

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