Some are registered through the Little Free Library Org. Some are autonomous.
They are agents of circulation. Experiments in collective currating.
This one located on Clinton Street in Toronto has a lively polka-dotted roof.
Its side view
offers an image that recalls the tall trees nearby and the blousey poppies that grow in gardens on the street.
For scrabble lovers …
This niche on Howland has a fine range of choices on its shelves.
A variation on releasing books into the wild through Book Crossing which is more focussed on migration than rotation. Both the little libraries and the releases into the wild are captivated by circulation. Both depend upon an abundance of print matter. And a certain insouciance.
And so for day 1324