On Dworkins front lawn, the Little Library also provides a bench for people to sit and read. Recently neighbor Sally Smith and her great-grandson Landon Garner took advantage of the outdoor setting to check out some books in the library.
An international reading movement has arrived in the Upper Perkiomen Valley. It is a movement, however, that can only be found when you follow a map, hear whispers of its location or simply notice a colorful barn or birdhouse-like structure along the road as you go by.
The Little Free Library is an organization that hopes to promote literacy and a love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide, from Uganda to Pakistan to the Philippines and Nicaragua, as well as create a sense of community. ...