I walked for three months around UK and Scotland last year and as luck would have it I spied a positively gorgeous little library on a dry stone wall in the Lake District. It happened to be situated across the road from my final night’s accommodation in UK and I badly needed a book to see me through the flight from hell back to Australia.
Picking up Bill Bryson’s “Notes from a Small Island’ made my flight so much easier, laughing out loud as I related to so many of Bill’s reflections. I decided that I needed to contribute to this wonderful idea as soon as I got home!
I strongly believe that everyone should have access to books at any time, day or night! Especially when the municipal libraries are closed.