Last Update: Jan 14, 2023.

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How to get books for free little library?

Book Giveaways for Stewards If you're a registered Little Free Library steward, be sure to check out the Steward Book Directory! It showcases opportunities exclusively for registered stewards to receive free books from individuals and organizations worldwide.

If you want to give a few books, simply put them in a Little Free Library book exchange near you. Use the Little Free Library mobile app or web map to find a library in your area, then stop by and drop off your books! Little Free Library headquarters does not accept direct book donations.

The Little Free Library movement helps children, as well as adults, find new books to enjoy without having to make numerous trips to the library. You might have noticed the little boxes popping up around the neighborhood and wondered how they work.

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Book Opportunities

Book Giveaways for Stewards If you're a registered Little Free Library steward, be sure to check out the Steward Book Directory! It showcases opportunities exclusively for registered stewards to receive free books from individuals and organizations worldwide.

Book Opportunities

Book Giveaways for Stewards If you're a registered Little Free Library steward, be sure to check out the Steward Book Directory! It showcases opportunities exclusively for registered stewards to receive free books from individuals and organizations worldwide.

Book Giveaways for Stewards If you're a registered Little Free Library steward, be sure to check out the Steward Book Directory! It showcases opportunities exclusively for registered stewards to receive free books from individuals and organizations worldwide.

Book Giveaways for Stewards If you're a registered Little Free Library steward, be sure to check out the Steward Book Directory! It showcases opportunities exclusively for registered stewards to receive free books from individuals and organizations worldwide.

People Return Books Free Libraries? Faqs - Free Library

What is a Little Free Library? A Little Free Library is a €œtake a book, return a book free book exchange.

People Return Books   Free Libraries? Faqs -  Free Library

Sometimes I get moments of doubt about our Little Free Library.
  1. Let everyone in the neighborhood know about your Little Free Library.
  2. Go to public libraries and school libraries asking for discards.
  3. Check out free book exchanges.
  4. Check used bookstores for overflow or discards.
  5. Guilt people into helping you.

Yes, anyone may contribute or take books. The more the merrier! If you take a book (or two) from a library, you do not need to return that exact book. However, in order to keep the little library full of good choices for the whole neighborhood, the next time you swing by the library bring a few books to share.

Yes, anyone may contribute or take books. The more the merrier! If you take a book (or two) from a library, you do not need to return that exact book. However, in order to keep the little library full of good choices for the whole neighborhood, the next time you swing by the library bring a few books to share.

Educators Librarians

Supporting Literacy: Little Free Library book-sharing boxes improve book access and thus help tackle low literacy rates. By providing books all year 'round, they can mitigate the €œsummer slide where kids' reading skills slip.

Educators   Librarians

Yes, €œLittle Free Library is a trademarked term. Little Free Library Ltd first filed for a trademark for the phrase €œLittle Free Library on February 21, 2012. It was registered by the US Patent and Trademark Office as a protected mark on October 29, 2013.

Go to public libraries and school libraries asking for discards. My daughters' school has a shelf in the library for books that have been removed from the collection and are up for grabs. I take a handful for our little library every time I'm in there. (Which, to be honest, is pretty much every day.)