Little Free Libraries

Little Free Library is an organization that began in 2009 by Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin. He constructed a school house replica library in honor of his mother, a school teacher with a passion for reading. He installed the library in his front yard with a sign saying, "FREE BOOKS." With the help of Rick Brooks of UW-Madison, Little Free Library was born. 
Little Free Libraries are small, "take-a-book, leave-a-book" lending spaces that can be, and have been, constructed out of just about anything!  The Little Free Library movement has become an innovative and inspiring way to build community and encourage literacy across the nation. 

Currently, there are three Little Free Libraries installed by the FLC Public Library. More Little Free Libraries can be found on the LFL Map 

More information on the Little Free Library movement and organization can be found HERE.
If your group or organization is interested in funding a Little Free Library installation on behalf of the library, please contact us.

From the Little Free Library Website:

Our Mission

To promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide and to build a sense of community as we share skills, creativity and wisdom across generations.

 



Built and installed by a local Girl Scout for her service project. Thanks Kaitlynn!
Located in front of the library at 306 Elk Ave North.


In honor of Blessyn for her 2016 Summer Reading Accomplishments. Located near the visitor's center at Stone Bridge Park.

In honor of Devianni for her 2016 Summer Reading Accomplishments. Located at the Fayetteville Kid's Park.