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  1. Detroit RiverFront Conservancy says:

    The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy installed four Little Free Libraries on the RiverWalk in 2013, near the Riverfront Playpark at Rivard Plaza and in the Garden Rooms leading to the GM Renaissance Center. Come down and take a book or leave a book along the riverfront!

  2. Carrie B says:

    We got the idea for a LFL from one on Albany in Ferndale and another on Scotia in Huntington Woods just south of 11 mile. The base of our LFL is actually an old side table that was donated to the cause. Our LFL is 90% crowd-funded and 10%ish funded from us, the stewards. We have a FB page: - The most touching story was a young man (6) who gave $2 from his piggy bank and a few books. His name is on our library with our other benefactors. People may also place a memorial stone for someone they love to raise continued funds. It’s been awesome to meet so many new people!

  3. Jeanne says:

    Location: West Bloomfield

    I built this LFL two years ago after reading about them in Detroit Hour. I’m a big reader and want to encourage others to read too. It’s been a lot of fun and I’ve met many new neighbors.

    I care about LFLs in Detroit because libraries have been shutting down giving kids and adults less access to reading materials.

  4. Cindy says:

    LOCATION (street address)? UM Campus

    I built/I spotted this Little Library? I spotted this little library while doing a websearch.

    Why I care about Little Libraries in Detroit? Although I’m from Alaska and now live in Montana, my heart goes out to Detroit because of all the struggles it’s had. It’s funny, but as I’ve told my friends and family in Montana and Alaska about my involvement with this Detroit Little Library movement, I’m discovering that many people from all over the country, are rooting for Detroit.

  5. Kim says:

    LOCATION (street address)? Ferndale

    I built/I spotted this Little Library? I spotted this LFL and it inspired me to build my own.

    Why I care about Little Libraries in Detroit? I was born and raised in this city and want to be part of its COME BACK.

  6. Kim says:

    Location: Jewel Ave., Ferndale
    I built this LFL. I had my friends at End Grain Woodworking make this Little Free Library out of reclaimed materials from abandoned Detroit buildings.
    I care about LFLs in Detroit: Because I’ve personally seen how a Little Library brings neighbors together.

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