Reading books is a beloved hobby for many people, providing a sense of fulfillment and enjoyment. Little Free Library, a non-profit organization, strives to make books accessible to as many individuals as possible, fostering a love for reading.
This remarkable organization has established over 75,000 libraries in 88 countries worldwide, an impressive feat indeed.
One of the most remarkable Little Free Libraries is situated in Couer d’Alene, Idaho, crafted by a local family from a 110-year-old cottonwood tree that was due to be uprooted and destroyed. The library has breathed new life into the tree, bringing joy to countless individuals.
The family carved out the inside of the tree stump, installed shelves with unique lighting, and added a stylish door, all accessible via several stone steps. The library is a treasure trove of literary adventures for those who visit the Little Free Library Tree.
Even if you are unable to visit the book tree, take the time to explore a good book today, and get lost in its pages for a while.