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Enfield Woman Brings 'Little Free Library' to Neighborhood

The number of Little Free Libraries is growing in Connecticut.

Enfield Woman Brings 'Little Free Library' to Neighborhood. Photo Credit: photoXpress
Enfield Woman Brings 'Little Free Library' to Neighborhood. Photo Credit: photoXpress

An Enfield woman has launched a "Little Free Library" at her Hillside Avenue home.

Her mission? To share the love of reading through free book exchanges.

"I've always loved books, and I've encouraged my children to read," Mary Fournier told the Connecticut Post. "I'm hoping people come and share their books."

The Little Free Library movement began in Wisconsin in 2009, and now has thousands of locations throughout the United States.

Enfield's 14 Hillside Ave. location is the sixth Little Free Library in the state, according to the Post.

To start a Little Free Library in your neighborhood, visit the organization online.

Corrine August 07, 2013 at 10:01 AM
How cool to have a Little Free Library in our community! Thank you, Mary!

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