Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Meridian Hill neighborhood gets Little Free Library

A Meridian Hill neighborhood resident has set up a Little Free Library in the garden in front of his house at 1312 Florida Ave NW.   DC's first Little Free Library founder Philip Vahab recently wrote this to the community:
The Little Free Library is a fun way for our Meridian Hill Neighborhood community to share books and to promote reading for the four schools in our neighborhood. This will be the first Little Free Library in DC! You can hear more about it on NPR and watch a video on the sites below. So if you want to promote reading and dontate to this great community project, go to http://littlefreelibrary.chipin.com/little-free-library and chip in today!

Also from Vahab's email:

The Little Free Library is a movement sweeping communities and neighborhoods across the nation. It's a charming Little house about 2 feet by 2 feet resting on a post and costs $372 including shipping. In this little house are 10-15 books. The concept is simple; you take a book, then you leave a book.

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