As we all know we are living in a word which can easily get connected to a lot of things. Sometimes it will take only a click of a button. However, there also could be certain things which are magical and important about books.
However, in reality, television, Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook have taken all our time away from where our hearts once pled to be, that is in the middle of an incredible story. All of us might have passionately turned each page whereas we miss breakfast, lunch, and sometimes even dinner as we are curious that what would happen next.
Nonprofit organization call Little Free Library is helping to ensure we keep our innate love of books alive by “inspiring a love of reading, building community, and sparking creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world.”
Fortunately, little free library is a nonprofit organization who encourage people to read books. So these little libraries are spreading up everywhere, more than 75,000 libraries provided in 88 countries.
The most incredible one was made by a family in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Sharalee Armitage Howard who is a librarian and a former bookbinder thought that the large stump of a 110-year-old cottonwood tree would be the idle place for a library. Someone willing to take the time to give new life to a stump would never cut down a healthy tree to do it,” Sharalee told Bored Panda. “It was dropping HUGE branches for years onto the sidewalk and street (even without windy weather). We were really worried about someone getting hurt. One finally hit our son’s car.”
“The average lifespan of a cottonwood tree is merely 40-50 years… so it got to live more than twice that already!”
“Books are the ultimate Dumpees: put them down and they’ll wait for you forever; pay attention to them and they always love you back.”
– John Green
Scroll down to see this incredible mini Library.
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