Several book exchanges available throughout Town of Milton


Published April 6, 2022 at 12:24 pm

Milton residents who love to read may not be aware of the various book exchanges that are available to the community.

This concept is part of a nonprofit organization called Little Free Library and the world’s largest book-sharing movement, which now has a total of over 100,000 mini-libraries scattered around the globe.

Founded in 2012, Little Free Library strives to increase book access through a global network of volunteer-led book exchanges.

The mini-libraries usually look like tiny houses, which local residents fill with books in an effort to discover new ones and share the ones they may no longer have use for.

The Town of Milton has several little free libraries, meant to encourage residents to read new books while making reading accessible for the entire community.

Currently, there are little free libraries at 946 Coulter Way, 7032 Twiss Rd., 18 Campbell Ave. East, 152 Commercial St. and 10561 Saint Helena Rd.

Photo: Little Free Libraries and Book Exchanges

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