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Published on August 2nd, 2013 | by Genevieve Williams

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Elizabeth Little Free Library

Have you ever noticed this adorable pink box on the corner of Kenmore and Laurel Ave?It’s not just there for show. That box is theElizabeth Community’sown Little Free Library!

Book Stand

Here is how it works:

The Little Free Library offers a way to share good things to read -favorite books from your childhood or books you would recommend to friends; books that teach, intrigue, and engage you. All of us can help by keeping this collection stocked with good reading material.

Books

The library belongs to everyone! Neighbors, friends, and anyone else can use it. If you see something you would like to read, take it. Look inside and see who gave it and who else has read it. Once you’ve read it, return it to the Little Library or pass it on to a friend.

Laurel + KenmoreLittle Free Library is a movement that started in 2010 and has expanded all across the world. The purpose is to create literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide, foster a sense of community and connection as we share skills, creativity, and wisdom across generations, and to build more than 2510 libraries around the world (this is the number of actual libraries built by Andrew Carnegie).

Learn more by visiting Little Free Library online or grab your kids and stroll down to the corner of Laurel and Kenmore to see it for yourself. This is just another reason the Elizabeth area is one of Charlotte’s sweetest hoods!


About the Author

For my clients, the best thing I can give them is my undivided attention as well as trying to make the process as smooth as possible for them. Their wishes, wants, and needs are the most important part of the real estate process and my job is to listen, but to also make it fun and enjoyable for them. Buying, selling or investing in a home can be hard. I enjoy guiding my clients through the process, being the expert they need and answering all of the questions they have.



One Response to Elizabeth Little Free Library

  1. Wowee! You can’t miss that box!

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