To promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide.
To build a sense of community as we share skills, creativity and wisdom across generations.
To build more than 2,510 libraries around the world--more than Andrew Carnegie!
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Tempting, oh so tempting.
I love it. These would be a perfect way to make easily-accessible bookcrossing zones!ReplyDelete
The Little Free library is just adorable.ReplyDelete
What a very cool idea!!!ReplyDelete
neeuqfonafamai: I thought the same thing about bookcrossing! Especially good for rainy places like Portland, where I am.ReplyDelete
Tea: It is adorable, isn't it?
Chelseroo: I think so too!
That is adorable--nice idea.ReplyDelete
RCR, what's bookcrossing? (Interested to know how to integrate LFLs into new environments).ReplyDelete
JaneGS: I hope the idea catches on -- I love it!ReplyDelete
mulligansoup: Bookcrossing is a book sharing thingy that's like a cross between pay-it-forward and that not very popular "Where's George?" dollar bill tracer. The idea is to give away your books when you finish them, but participants put a sticker in the book with a unique identifying number in it and log into the Bookcrossing website (http://www.bookcrossing.com/) to say where they left the book. The person who finds it logs in and claims the book. That is the part of it that I tried. There are other ways people use it -- by having bookcrossing gatherings to exchange books, etc.
More info at: www.bookcrossing.com
Just stopping by.ReplyDelete