Caroline Lehmann-Croswell. Oxford, OH. The Little Free Library at the Oxford Community Arts Center was designed and build by artist Libby Birch, and her partner Richard Munson. This little library is part of a movement to flood Butler County, Ohio with these little gems.
Slide Show: American Public Libraries Great and Small
Julie Domenico. Connaught, Ontario. This Little Free Library was designed to reflect the importance of the gold mining industry that founded Timmins, Ontario, Canada in the early 1900s. Northeastern Ontario is also known for its wilderness, its many lakes, and, of course, its cottages. Neighbors at Ice Chest Lake can now take a short walk to find a new adventure when they’ve read through everything on their own book shelves.
Deb Fritz. Evansville, WI. Scott Brummond built nine Little Free Libraries in the city of Evansville. This LFL is special, because it is in front of his own house, and...it looks just like his house! This Little Free Library is visited frequently, because Scott's wife, Nancy, is a second grade teacher at Levi Leonard Elementary School in Evansville. A big thank you goes out to Scott for his ongoing contribution to literacy in the community.