Little Free Library

The Menlo Park Library Foundation is a proud co-sponsor of the Menlo Park Little Free Library Incentive Program. The program provided 23 “little free library” boxes to Menlo Park residents.

In exchange, participating property owners pledged to keep the Library on their property, curate its book collection, and keep their Library in good condition. Find a Little Free Library in your neighborhood! View the interactive map.

The Foundation will be at the downtown block party tomorrow night giving out free books.

InMenlo file photo (c) 2013

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Spotted: Inviting Little Free Library in Menlo Park

We spotted this Little Free Library on Magnolia in Menlo Park and thought that the library case showed imagination and the addition of the bench made it particularly inviting. There are a half dozen or so Little Free Libraries in town, built on the premise of  “take a book, return a book.” You can get […]

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Spotted: Little Free Library that’s a neighborhood effort in Linfield Oaks

Emailed Patricia Zahedani inviting InMenlo to a ribbon cutting ceremony: “I know you’ve done a few articles about Little Free Libraries in the area, but I thought I’d let you know about ours as this is a neighborhood project.  A few families on our street (Claremont Way in Linfield Oaks neighborhood) got together to purchase […]

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Spotted: Another Little Free Library in Menlo Park’s Allied Arts neighborhood

We reported on what we believe is the first Little Free Library to open in Menlo Park a year ago. Now it looks like it has at least one sister library, this one located just a few blocks away on Yale in the Allied Arts Neighborhood of Menlo Park. The idea behind the grassroots libraries […]

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