Sunday, June 12, 2016

Little Free Library: Sonoma County

I love the Little Free Libraries I find scattered around town and the countryside. Came up on this one yesterday on a Sonoma county country road. Isn't it an idyllic setting? Love the variety of these 'libraries'... building literacy-friendly neighborhoods.

1 comment:

ckubala said...

I love those little libraries also but always say our local, hometown library was the first.
We are The Saxton B. Little Free Library, Columbia, CT

Wish I could include the image of our beautiful library.

"The Columbia Free Library opened its doors to townspeople on a chilly Friday, December 14, 1883, at 3:30 P.M. and again at 7:30 P.M."

"A second larger library was built in 1903 and named Saxton B. Little Free Library after a prominent educator and generous benefactor of the library."