Tiny libraries in front yards across Colorado inspire love of books
When community activist Greg Rasheed first heard about tiny libraries popping up in front yards across America, he wanted to spark the trend in Denver.
He bought a bread box at Goodwill, filled it with books, put it in the front yard of his North City Park home and waited for folks to partake of his Little Free Library.
Soon enough, sanitation crews, construction workers and neighborhood kids were all grabbing books.
Read more about how these hyperlocal libraries are exciting book-lovers across Colorado