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Woman Turned 110-Year-Old Tree Into A Free Little Library And It Looks Phenomenal

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In our “Always Eager to gain knowledge at a simple click,” world, books still hold their charm. Books are a perfect escape to the real world and helps to foster important skills like empathy and critical thinking.

A Nonprofit organization working in this front is Little Free Library. The NGO is helping to ensure innate love of books remain alive in every beating heart by “inspiring a love of reading, building community, and sparking creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world.” They have seen little libraries popping up everywhere, with over 75,000 libraries provided in 88 countries so far!

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The coolest one till date is the one made by a family in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Sharalee Armitage Howard is a librarian, former bookbinder and an artist. She decided to transform the large stump of  110-year-old cottonwood tree into a perfect ‘Little Tree Library.’

The stump was carved out from the inside and topped with a roof.Cozy interior and exterior lighting were installed to give it  a truly fairytale look. This is by far one of the prettiest libraries one could witness! Scroll down to check it out for yourself below:

Source – Sharalee Armitage Howard

 

Source – Sharalee Armitage Howard

Here’s what people had to say about the pretty Little Tree Library

 

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Written by Anu Bansal