Little Free Library

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Little Free Libraries are mini book exchanges where anyone can swap books.

How does a Little Free Library work?

Whether children’s books, novels or non-fiction – the content is up to you.

These libraries belong to everyone – neighbours, friends and visitors. Anyone can use it.

READ a book. If you see something you like, take it home.

SHARE a book with others, bring one (or more) back to share.

ENJOY being part of a community. Leave notes and messages in the front cover of the books.

Pay it forward and help to take care of a little free library.

  • Do you live in the City of Port Phillip?
  • Want to start your own Little Free Library?
  • Do you or a friend want to help build and take care of a Little Free Library?

Please contact Danielle McCaffrey at dmccaffrey@ischs.org.au or 9525 1300

The first Little Free Library in the City of Port Phillip can be found at the George Walter’s Garden at the corner of Bay and Raglan Streets, Port Melbourne.

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