Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati
19 Broadcast Plaza, 635 W. 7th Street, Suite 309
Cincinnati, OH 45203
Little Free Libraries
Little Free Libraries are wooden book boxes that are open to the public seven days a week, 24 hours a day and are freely accessible to all, removing barriers to book access. Literacy Network places LFLs in lower-income neighborhoods throughout Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky. The message is “take a book, read a book” as users are not necessarily expected to exchange a book or return a book. Part of the mission of our LFLs to provide diversity in backgrounds, cultures, religions and age to represent a broad cross section of the community. This program reaches thousands of users with 105 in use (20 more pending installation) and a goal of eventually placing a total of 200 libraries in the community. Little Free Libraries inspire community and promote education and positivity. Books are a connecter and the program works to connect the community one book at a time.
A full list of our LFLs is available at: https://www.lngc.org/little-free-libraries.
: http://www.lngc.org Amount
: $30,000 Date
: July 2021