Bringing The Joy of Reading To The Nooks and Crannies of Woodland Hills
Little Free Libraries are a global phenomenon. The small, front‐yard book exchanges number 36,000 around the world in 70 countries — from Iceland to Tasmania to Pakistan. Now, a new Little Free Library in Woodland Hills has joined the movement to share books, bring people together and create communities of readers.
In the city of Woodland Hills, not far from the Kaiser Hospital and Woodland Hills Academy, is a tall, red Little Free Library (LFL) filled with a variety of books. The philosophy is simple: “Take a book leave a book.” Our motto is, “Always a gift, never for sale.” Always decorated for the month’s holiday, this Little Free Library in Woodland Hills offers books for everyone. From nonfiction to children’s books, you’ll be sure to find something unique in this Little Free Library. Don’t forget to sign the Guest Book!
This Little Free Library in Woodland Hills was created because it is our belief that books should always be given as gifts, and what better way to bring a community together than through a shared love of reading. It also stands as proof that you can build anything with recycled materials. Every piece of this LFL is made from previously used materials.
The Little Free Library nonprofit organization has been honored by the Library of Congress, the National Book Foundation, and the American Library Association, and Reader’s Digest named them one of the “50 Surprising Things We Love about America.” Each year, nearly 10 million books are shared in Little Free Libraries. To learn more, please visit littlefreelibrary.org