World Book Night is a celebration of our love of reading and an opportunity for people in communities across the country and across the world to share books with one another.
Little Free Libraries and World Book Night were made for each other. Every day people around the world share books with one another to promote reading via a network of more than 25,000 Little Free Libraries.
To help celebrate World Book Night, Little Free Library Project UK has teamed up with some fantastic publishers to give away a wonderful collection of brilliant books specifically aimed at children and young people.
DK Books and Walker Books have both generously donated some brilliant titles that will be distributed across a number of our Little Free Libraries as part of a special World Book Night event.
The Alex Rider collection by Anthony Horowitz from the fantastic folks at Walker Books.
A first book of Fairy Tales, Everything you need to know about dinosaurs, Space: A Children's Encyclopedia and many more from the brilliant DK Books.
We have lots of copies to give away from a number of London Little Free Libraries including Wingfield Road, Walthamstow, Victory Park, Stratford, Victoria Park, Hackney, Brettenham Road, Walthamstow, Prah Road, Finsbury Park and Red Lion Lane, Woolwich.
A young reader lost in a book at our Wingfield Road Little Free Library in Walthamstow.
Picking up a book on the way home from school, Brettenham Road, Walthamstow.
These special books will be in Little Free Libraries after 5pm. If you would like to find out a specific address/postcode please send us a direct message on Facebook (www.facebook.com/LittleFreeLibraryProject). Please share your World Book Night stories and photos with us on Twitter too (@LFLProject). Happy reading!