Yet another Little Free Library (and what a Little Free Library it is!) – plus a map of all LFLs in northeast JoCo

Friday’s post about the new Little Free Library at Cantebury and Windsor in Prairie Village brought with it the usual cornucopia of praise for the LFL movement — and a heads up about an LFL that we had yet to document.

And boy were we glad we made it over to this installation at 61st Terrace and Nall Avenue. It is one serious set up:

This LFL has everything: benches, hutches, a table.
This LFL has everything: benches, hutches, a table.

So, not only do you have an inviting path with pebbles and stone steps leading up to the thing, you also get TWO LFL hutches chock full of titles free for the borrowing, and TWO benches on which a weary traveler in search of stimulating reading material might peruse the pages of a potential pageturner.

An inviting path leads pedestrians up to the LFL.
An inviting path leads pedestrians up to the LFL.
Books, books, books!
Books, books, books!

To illustrate just how many of these things have popped up, we threw together a Google map noting the location of all known LFLs in northeast Johnson County. It should be editable, so if we’ve missed one, please feel free to put down a marker:


View Northeast Johnson County Little Free Libraries in a larger map