Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Daisy's Visit To Littlest Free Library In Town

Here in Dover, NH, Daisy has been allowed to browse in clothing stores, the barber shop, the bank, the hardware store, and lately she got the chance to walk to this tiny library that is located on 88 Court Street at any time of day thanks to

Ellen Rogers, who is part of a free book exchange, known as the "Little Free Library."

Little Free Library is an organization of book enthusiasts who encourage their peers to create small book exchange centers in their hometowns to promote reading and a sense of community. This idea has been going strong throughout the United States and has been gaining momentum every day.

 Daisy and I look forward to visiting Little Free Library every week and we are sure this library is going to be popular neighborhood landmark!

For more information on Little Free Library, visit


  1. What a really lovely idea!! Awwww!! My local library has a book swap area - and I love it! Yay!! Take care

  2. I agree, Erin and Old Kitty, that this little library is very cool!I'd heard about on-line book exchanges but I never saw one "live" in a neighborhood until I moved to Dover!

  3. That's a GREAT idea! Love it.

  4. Brilliant idea. We think that is really cool.
    Best wishes Molly

  5. That is a super cool wishes she lived closer cos she has lots of nice books she would give away! Stella Rose

  6. That sure is a great idea! What a neat way for readers to share their books. :)

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  8. what a cute little box and great idea
    Benny & Lily


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