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Tiny libraries bring books to the streets

Collections informally enrich readers

Jennifer Armstrong, an author and Saratoga Springs resident, built a "Little Free Library" in front of her house where kids can take, borrow or exchange books.
Jennifer Armstrong, an author and Saratoga Springs resident, built a "Little Free Library" in front of her house where kids can take, borrow or exchange books.
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In the first cold, dark months of this year, Jennifer Armstrong peered from behind the curtain of her second-floor window like a kid watching a fishing line for nibbles. A few days before, she set up a dollhouse-looking box on a garden table at the edge of her Saratoga Springs front yard. She stocked it with children’s books from her personal collection, hung a small sign reading “Little Free Library,” posted a note instructing kids ...


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