Driving around, more and more one can see that Little Free Libraries have been popping up throughout many Albuquerque neighborhoods, but especially since the pandemic, when residents had time to work on such projects.
The global book-sharing movement aims to increase reading access by allowing residents to peruse, take or leave books at exchange locations.
The Little Free Libraries site has a map showing all of the spots with registered locations and has an app where you can pinpoint locations close to you.
The libraries are made from all sorts of different materials, mostly with recycled/reused items, and each have their own little personalities, as well as stories about and within.
No. 1. In front of Bear Canyon Senior Center, 4645 Pitt NE
No. 2. 4824 Dona Rowena Ave. NE/ email@example.com
No. 3. Eldorado High School at Juan Tabo entrance parking lot
No. 4. 11513 Nassau Drive NE
No. 5. El Libros Antigua, 10244 Oso Redondo NE
No. 6. 2020 Quaran-Tiny Library, 9201 Las Camas Road NE
No. 7. Sunflower Little Library, American Heritage Drive NE/Knight
For more information on the little libraries, including a location map, instructions on how to build one or details on the program, visit https://littlefreelibrary.org/ourmap/