The not-for-profit Little Free Library is a book program with locations in 88 countries, with over 75,000 registered Little Free Libraries.
One family in Idaho took their Library design to the next level with a “Little Tree Library,” carved out of a 100-year-old cottonwood tree stump on their property. Sharalee Armitage Howard posted this picture of the library being built in December on Facebook. This pic has since gotten thousands of likes, comments, and shares to date.
Ok, this project isn’t quite finished… but I can’t wait to share it. We had to remove a huge tree that was over 110…
Check it out in the gallery below!
This is an awesome project. A Coeur d'Alene artist found a unique way to repurpose an old and decaying tree in her front yard. She's turned the tree's stump into a Little Free Library. It's a free book exchange designed to encourage reading. A Facebook post from the woman has since been shared close to 30,000 times!https://www.krem.com/mobile/article/news/local/kootenai-county/artist-turns-100-year-old-tree-in-coeur-dalene-into-little-library/293-3fa730c4-2ccf-4771-bed9-0176fb334083
Posted by Taylor Viydo on Tuesday, December 18, 2018