Little Free Libraries

Among the amenities of our neighborhood are nine Little Free Libraries, which have proved very popular.

In June 2020, Jeff Mills gave the LFL on Lassen a new support post, anchored in concrete.
This LFL is at the northwest corner of Mardell.
This LFL is at the southwest corner of Mardell.
In December 2017, Sarah and Dox Doxiadis added a LFL on Adele at Palmer.
… and it has a bench beside it for easy browsing.
Karla Valente’s LFL is on Fay Way at Jewell.
It’s intended for kids’ books but adult books are welcome, too.
Maricar Abaya-Antonio’s Little Free Library in the 200 block of Fay Way is for children’s books. It was built by her students’ parents and inaugurated with an unveiling ceremony in April 2017.
Jim & Judy Saccheri’s Little Free Library in the 2500 block of Dell was a gift from their children in 2017.

The Peifer-Brownfield family built a mid-century-modern Little Free Library for children on Hamilton. It was their son’s request for his fourth birthday.
The Peifer-Brownfield family built a mid-century-modern Little Free Library
for children in the 100 block of Hamilton. It was their son’s request for his fourth birthday.

2443 Alvin LFL 2

This one, in the 2400 block of Alvin, was built by the Whitson family in summer 2015.

Alice Hazelgrove’s Little Free Library on Lassen across from Parker was the first in the neighborhood in 2014.
In December 2017, Jim Cochran restored the badly weathered LFL on Lassen with paint and a weather-proof roof.
The LFL on Lassen was back in place in 2018.

Alice's first story hour for children attracted grandparents, too.

Alice’s first story hour for children in 2015 attracted grandparents, too.

Even her full-size rocking llama listened attentively.

Even her full-size rocking llama listened attentively.