LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Public welcome to pick up free books

I very much enjoyed your recent article about the Little Free Library. Ours, opened three years ago, was not mentioned in the piece and we’d like to let people know about it.

  • Friday, July 22, 2016 7:05pm
  • Opinion

Editor,

I very much enjoyed your recent article about the Little Free Library. Ours, opened three years ago, was not mentioned in the piece and we’d like to let people know about it.

Right now, we are featuring fiction for our annual “Summer Reads.” And during school break from December until January we annually feature “Kid’s Book Month.”

It’s located near 5075 Zimmerman Road, Langley (actually in Clinton, off Bob Galbreath on Zimmerman Road). Come on by — we’re open 24/7. Thank you.

SUE ELLEN WHITE

Langley

 

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