Since the first Little Free Library popped up in Midtown about a year ago, it seems like a new one has been built almost every week.
For the uninitiated, Little Free Libraries are tiny houses, usually made of wood, that people can install at the edges of their yards or in their businesses. The unlocked boxes are then filled with books on the premise that anyone can leave (or take) whatever books they want.
The Memphis Little Free Libraries are part of a huge, global network of libraries.
Right now, most of them are concentrated in Midtown (specifically, Central Gardens), but there are two known locations in East Memphis, two downtown and a brand new one in Binghampton.
It's in the new Carpenter St. Art Garden. Reader Laura sent in this picture:
So, I made this map of all of the (known) Little Free Libraries in Memphis. If you know of one that isn't on the map, please email me and I'll add it.
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What's the best thing you've found (or left) at a Little Free Library?