Little Free Libraries around Asheville, NC

The POP Project manages a number of Little Free Libraries around Asheville and Buncombe County. Check out our current locations below:

Contact us if your location is interested in hosting a Little Free Library at no cost to you.

 

 

What are Little Free Libraries?

These boxes are among thousands around the world representing the Little Free Library program, a grassroots movement designed to inspire reading, community, and creativity. Next time you pass one, peruse the selection. Take a book from the library (either to keep or return later) or leave a book you’d like to share with others in your community.

Several of these LFLs were built by students in the Green Opportunities GO Build Program. The Asheville-based job training program allows students to participate in life and employment skills training, as well as personal and professional development activities, throughout the course of their program. New books for preschool and elementary-aged readers are provided through grant funds from the Duke Energy Foundation.

The POP Project coordinated the construction and installation of these Little Free Libraries around Asheville and has pledged to make sure they each stay full.