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Where To Find Detroit's Tiniest Libraries and Their Free Books

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In 2009, Wisconsin resident Todd Bol founded Little Free Library, an international concept that allows the public to be able to give and receive literature for free. Over 100,000 book-stuffed, hand-made boxes are planned to land all around the nation by the end of 2016, and Detroit has quite a few that residents should take note of if they ever want a good read. Detroit Free Press reported that there are over 250 Little Free Libraries in the Detroit area with many able to hold up to 20 or 100 publications. If interested in finding out where the Motor City's teeny tiniest libraries are, be sure to check out the map below.

· Little Free Library [Official Website]
· Tiny free libraries sprout up to spread love of reading [Detroit Free Press]