June Anderson's "Little Free Library"
From the June, 2012 issue
First June Anderson's neighbors came to look, then passersby in the Dicken School neighborhood stopped to admire the miniature red barn mounted on the brick wall near Anderson's back door. A clear plastic door reveals shelves lined with books, including, in May, The Bridges of Madison County, Nickeled and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America, and A Thousand Splendid Suns. Neatly lettered instructions inform visitors they're welcome to "Take," "Borrow," or "Trade."