The Low-Tech Appeal of Little Free Libraries

In 2009, Tod Bol built the first Little Free Library in Hudson, Wisconsin. Five years later there are 18,000 Little Free Libraries around the world. Although the sale of tablets and other devices remain steady, there are many who still appreciate the touch, and smell of a good old paper book. Also, there are others for whom these tiny libraries open up a whole new world.

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