Bowling Green "Little Free Library" open for business

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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- A national non-profit library movement has made its way to the Bowling Green community, and it's all in a two-by-two square box!

The newest addition to Bowling Green is called the "Little Free Library."

The movement was adopted by the WKU Hill house, Western Kentucky University students and grads, and Dr. Jay Gabbard to promote a sense of community along with a shared love of reading.

WKU teaching assistant Mckinze Willard says this small movement is all about the bigger picture.

"It lets our neighbors know that we care about them and we love them, and we want to engage with them and we want them to have a shared space in these books and the Little Free Library."

The Little Free Library operates under the "take a book, leave a book" motto for those who are interested in how the library works.

If you would like to visit the Little Free Library, It's sitting at the WKU Hill House at 741 East 11th Avenue in Bowling Green.



 
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