Sunday, June 11, 2017

“One Small Town, Over 100 Little Libraries”

A truly wonderful story by Megan. . .

“To say that the city of Lake Worth, Florida, has a lot of Little Free Libraries would be a huge understatement.
     With a population of around 30,000 people, Lake Worth is home to over 80 Little Free Library book exchanges, with another two dozen on the way at the time of this writing. That’s one Library per 300 residents; an impressive accomplishment!
     No one person can take all of the credit, but Little Free Library advocate and local resident Mary Lindsey is undoubtedly the heart of the Lake Worth Little Free Libraries project.
     Mary’s enthusiasm and creativity are an inspiration! When Mary offered to share her expertise, we jumped at the chance to write a post full of her tips and advice to others looking to start Little Free Libraries in their towns.”

So. Then Megan asks. . .

“How Did the Lake Worth Little Free Libraries Project Get Started?”

Use this link to find out.

And don’t forget:
Have a book or books to donate? Children’s books are always in need. Call 561-585-6035 or email: LakeWorthLFL@gmail.com

1 comment:

Mary Lindsey said...

Thank You Wes! We're thrilled with the attention our Lake Worth Little Free Libraries have received lately. We'd all love to see this project take root throughout the County.