They’re found in more than 30 countries, and we have them too.  Little Free Libraries are decorative wooden boxes about the size of a large birdcage mounted on poles, filled with books free for borrowing, open 24/7.  The idea germinated in WISCONSIN 4 years ago, and TORONTO’s first Free Library appeared in the Beach neighbourhood in 2011, thanks to 80-year-old Bill Wrigley. <PHOTOS – above>

There’s a website, complete with plans for building a Little Library of your own –  http://www.littlefreelibrary.org

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