Little Free Library

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Books Beyond the Library

Little Free Library box at Freedom Lake Park - a blue wooden box on a post with booksThe Library provides small collections of books for our youth to enjoy at the City’s Broderick, Forbes, and Youth Park Recreation Centers. Two "Little Free Libraries" are also installed in the City, supported by the Library as well as by community members who are welcome to pass on favorite titles to others in these small, honor-system book boxes.

Freedom Lake Park Playground
9990 46th Street, Pinellas Park

Kids’ titles and family-friendly materials are always welcome.

Funded, constructed and donated by the Suncoast Woodcarvers.

The Little Free Library in the Community Arts District - a blue house with windows to books

Friends’ of the Library, Little Free Library located near 5721 75th Avenue in the City’s emerging Arts District

Funded, constructed and donated by the Friends’ of the Library.

If you haven’t yet visited the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch at the City of Pinellas Park, FL’s Lurie Park, it’s the perfect excuse to drop in. It’s located right next to the military-themed play area. The park is located at 5500 62nd Ave N.

Little Free Library shaped like a Quonset hut at Wounded Warriors park with the door closed Little Free Library shaped like a Quonset hut at Wounded Warriors park with the door open

How do Little Free Libraries work? You are encouraged to leave a book or take a book. Children’s books are always needed, so we try to keep a box of books in the trunk so that we’re always prepared. It’s such a warm & fuzzy feeling when you add books for others to discover. We try to keep them stocked, but an empty Little Free Library helps encourage the community to add more, so sometimes we will leave it empty for a short while.

For information about Little Free Libraries, check out Little Free Libraries website.