Little Free Library Unveils 100,000 Box, Celebrates with Giveaway

Little Free Library is giving away 100 LFL boxes and a set of books to commemorate its 100,000 Little Free Library site.

Little Free Library (LFL) donated its 100,000 book-sharing box today and will celebrate the milestone with a giveaway of 100 Little Free Library boxes to places that serve children in the United States and Canada. Schools, community centers, and public libraries can apply through April 11. Each library will come with a starter set of books from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

The 100,000 Little Free Library site was given to the Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans in Houston. The milestone moment for LFL, which began in 2009, was marked with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of preschoolers, who received free books. 

Read the full press release below.

 

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