What is a Little Free Library?
It’s a miniature town square, a gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. It’s a box where anyone can stop by and pick up a good book and leave another to share.
Little Free Libraries encourage reading by placing free books in unexpected places, and strengthen community ties through sharing and stewardship.
Partnership between Arlington Public Library and TechShop DC
By designing and building the first set of Little Free Libraries for Arlington County’s public spaces, TechShop DC members support the Library’s mission to provide literature for residents in all parts of Arlington County, while strengthening connections across our shared community.
Cost of building materials funded in part by the Friends of the Arlington Public Library.
Interested in starting your own Little Free Library?
Visit the Little Free Library.org website to learn more about them.