Little Free Library

The pandemic has forced schools and libraries to shut down, leaving many families without books. One organization is looking to keep kids reading during times.

The Little Free Library organization promotes reading through book exchanges in communities all across the country. As of now, there are approximately 100,000 Little Free Library Book-Sharing boxes worldwide.

In Arizona, the Valley Leadership organization has started a  challenge that aims to encourage people to donate to their local Little Free Library organizations. Currently, they are aiming to collect 500 books to help out young students who need them most. As students prepare for distance learning many will be going to these boxes for books. To donate all you have to do is find your local Little Free Library.

Furthermore, you can find your nearest Little Free Library location here. 

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