Recently, my coworker Big Chuck and I were talking about the tiny little free libraries that exist in many communities across the United States.  They typically look somewhat like the one pictured below - a box with a glass door so you can see there are books inside.

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The Nonprofit organization that started this concept of book sharing is called "Little Free Library" and it's a concept that has taken off around the United States to promote the joy of reading.

An woman from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho who had an old tree that needed to be taken down, decided that rather than cut down the entire tree, why not turn it into a very cool free library?  Sharalee Armitage Howard, happens to have a special love for books as a librarian, artist and former bookbinder and had the large stump of her old tree turned into the coolest free library you'll ever see!  Check it out in the video below...