The Littlest Library in the World – Coming to your Town?

Terry Sennett & Claudia Cooley in front of The Book Booth

Thanks to Joseph-Beth Bookstore in Lexington, KY for finding this story.

On September 3rd, “America’s littlest library” – a library based inside a British telephone booth – officially opened in Clinton Corners, NY. It’s 3’x3’x8’ and fits two people at a time, as long they don’t mind getting a little cozy.

The Huffington Post interviewed Claudia Cooley, who came up with the idea, via email about the workings of the littlest library, why it has no security, and their unconventional plans for Halloween.

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Rich Nilsen is the author of "Sleep Great for Life." He is the President and founder of All Star Press, an independent book publisher out of Tarpon Springs, FL. The mission is to help authors get their work published in both print and the latest e-book technologies, and help those aspiring authors promote their work successfully to the right audiences.

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