[iconed_feature title=”Your Place” text=”Request a library for your Detroit home,┬ábusiness,┬ácommunity garden, police station, worship house or health center. Planting a little library promotes reading and helps build communities.” icon_class=”icon-home”]
[iconed_feature title=”Sister Libraries” text=” Bring a library to your Detroit home or business AND find a library home in a Detroit area with little access to books.” icon_class=”icon-gift”]
[iconed_feature title=”Go All Out for Literacy” text=”Join with friends — a church group, book club, work friends — to find homes and take care of two or three little libraries in Detroit’s most book-poor neighborhoods.” icon_class=”icon-group”]

 

 

These libraries are free but come with responsibilities

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Stwardship

When you find a little library a home, you are responsible for that library.

That means keeping it stocked with books, keeping it in good condition, and reporting to us if it has been damaged beyond your ability to repair.

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Planting

Throughout the summer, we will be organizing library plantings. We’ll email you if your location(s) has been selected for a planting and ask for you to ┬ácome and help plant your new library. If you aren’t available that day, we’ll move your name to the next planting day.

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MANY THANKS! SPREAD THE WORD. SHARE WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY BY CLICKING THE SOCIAL SHARE BUTTONS BELOW

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