Stories and now spaghetti at Little Free Library


Boxed spaghetti, canned goods and toilet paper have been added to the fare of books available at this Little Free Library on Timber Lane in Wilmington. Little Free Libraries are public bookcases where book sharing takes place — those taking a book are asked to leave one in its place for someone else to enjoy. Eileen Brady decided to put the top shelf of her Little Free Library to a different and timely use.

Boxed spaghetti, canned goods and toilet paper have been added to the fare of books available at this Little Free Library on Timber Lane in Wilmington. Little Free Libraries are public bookcases where book sharing takes place — those taking a book are asked to leave one in its place for someone else to enjoy. Eileen Brady decided to put the top shelf of her Little Free Library to a different and timely use.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Boxed spaghetti, canned goods and toilet paper have been added to the fare of books available at this Little Free Library on Timber Lane in Wilmington. Little Free Libraries are public bookcases where book sharing takes place — those taking a book are asked to leave one in its place for someone else to enjoy. Eileen Brady decided to put the top shelf of her Little Free Library to a different and timely use.

Boxed spaghetti, canned goods and toilet paper have been added to the fare of books available at this Little Free Library on Timber Lane in Wilmington. Little Free Libraries are public bookcases where book sharing takes place — those taking a book are asked to leave one in its place for someone else to enjoy. Eileen Brady decided to put the top shelf of her Little Free Library to a different and timely use.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/04/web1_brady_p.jpgBoxed spaghetti, canned goods and toilet paper have been added to the fare of books available at this Little Free Library on Timber Lane in Wilmington. Little Free Libraries are public bookcases where book sharing takes place — those taking a book are asked to leave one in its place for someone else to enjoy. Eileen Brady decided to put the top shelf of her Little Free Library to a different and timely use. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal