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Two Street Libraries were purchased by The Progress Association and setup in Castlecrag.
Craig Campbell and his family have set up a street library called "Piddington Pages" in the Brisbane area. They started with a door from a renovation project and built the library around the feature. Craig was interviewed by ABC Brisbane about his Street Library....
Craig and Hannah Campbell talk to Courier Mail about their Street Library
Street Library has been working with the Warracknabeal WORDS team and local Men's Sheds to encourage reading and community spirit in the area. Street Libraries are beautiful homes for books, planted in your front yard. They invite your neighbours to share the joys of...
Sarah Foley and Suzanne Bosanquet promote the idea of community spirit with a Street Library in Woolloongabba. Read the article at The Courier Mail
Article from NSW Writers Centre Magazine, April 2016.
Ken and Lisa’s library, featured in the South Sydney Herald, Feb 2016
Designed with an old book store feel the Melbourne Central Little Library is a great place for commuters, city goers, visitors and students to escape to for a free read.
Second-hand book dealers were not interested in most of the books, and Mr Cumming thought it would be a waste to throw them away.
“Trading books is a nice way for residents to connect and it will get people out on the street and walking,” Bridget said.
A story from NPR where two Wisconsin men are on a mission to break Andrew Carnegie’s record of creating over 2,500 libraries.
What are those colorful boxes popping up in front yards around Atlanta? Find out in this segment from “This is Atlanta” on PBA 30, Atlanta’s PBS Station
At a glance, the structure outside the Strahan family’s Bayswater home looks like a birdhouse.
MX writes about a library that’s popped up on the corner of Oxford and South Dowling Streets.