Little Free Library


Three cheers for all the Little Free Libraries I pass everyday when I walk my pup! Sully went to the groomer yesterday, so I was able to grab quick pics on my way home without having to manage my squirrel-crazy dog. The Little Free Library movement (“take and book, leave a book”) was started in 2010 by Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin and Rick Brooks of UW-Madison, with the goal of building 2,510 Little Free Libraries—as many as Andrew Carnegie. By January of 2016, the number exceeds 36,000. Their mission: “To promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide and to build a sense of community as we share skills, creativity and wisdom across generations.” Gotta love that!

Oh and here’s the haircut. 🙂


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