Little Free Library, a nonprofit organization, is spreading the message around the world that books and reading are extremely important, and libraries still exist! Sharalee Armitage Howard of Idaho has transformed a 110-year-old tree into one of those little homes of the printed word. Although only a kitty can fit in it, this little library looks fabulous!
Sharalee Armitage Howard of Idaho, has given a century-old tree near her home a new life
There it is, on the right. The tree was about to be cut down, but Sharalee came with a great idea how to give it a second chance at life.
So she's turned it into a little free library for neighbors and passers-by
The library operates on a take-it-and-share-it basis. People can leave books in the library and take them as well
Sharalee's created this masterpiece under the auspices of Little Free Library
With the support of these guys about 75 thousand mini-libraries have been founded in 88 countries around the globe.
The tree has been carved from the inside and topped with a gable roof
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The library is equipped with interior and exterior lights to create a truly fairy-tale atmosphere
And look at the details! The molding above the door is not as simple as it looks
There are actually little wooden books, from The Hobbit to Gone with the Wind
Sharalee is now officially a member of Little Free Library, and her library has appeared on the mini-library map
According to the librarian, after spring she intends to plant perennials near her brainchild and finish decorations.
However, her library already looks like a real masterpiece!
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