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Queen Anne Little Free Libraries hit the roaring twenties

May 18th, 2014 by Laura

It’s been a little over a month since a new Little Free Library popped up on Queen Anne, and since the last one was #19, it seemed like 20 might be a tough milestone to hit.

But, thanks to Queen Anne Presbyterian Church, our LFLs are now firmly in the twenties! The church has not one, but two new LFLs, bringing our neighborhood total to 21.

Up first is the LFL on 5th Ave W, in front of the church. It’s stocked with adult books, both fiction and non-fiction:

LFL 5th Ave W QAPC

And, here’s #21, an LFL with a focus on children’s books. Not only is this LFL kid-specific, but the inaugural stocking of books was done by Queen Anne Presbyterian kids:

LFL QAPC Kids

And, as always, a call to readers – if you spot a LFL that isn’t on our map, or add one of your own, let us know! The current map is below, and photos of all 21 LFLs are in our LFL gallery.

LFL Map 051814

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