Updated: Mar 24
All community members are invited to design and decorate our own Little Library!
Liz Johnson, an instructor at Augusta Adult and Community Education is working with students and community members to bring the Little Library, that has been in front of the AACE office door, back to life!
The Little Library is brought to us by Literacy for ME and will be installed in front of our school and stocked with free books. Community members are encourage to leave a book they have already read or take a book to read! Little Libraries promote literacy, foster community and are BEAUTIFUL!!! Come on in and leave your mark!
Do you like to doodle, draw or paint? Wouldn’t it be cool to see something you painted on display in your community? All AACE community members are invited to design and decorate our own Little Library! We need your help and creative energy! Stop by Wednesday Nights for Community Night at 6:00-8:00.
More information about Literacy for ME Little Libraries
The Augusta Literacy For ME team has had Little Libraries around the City of Augusta since 2012 with the hope of promoting literacy birth through adulthood. Books are always free. The idea is to give a book, take a book...working on the honor system. There are always books around a variety of topics, genres, and levels of reading. You never know what books will be in the libraries each time you walk by. Studies prove that the more books in or near the home, the more likely a child will learn and love to read. We hope people will stop by the numerous little libraries around the city. Share the gift of reading!
Year-round: Adult Education, Buker Center, Augusta Food Bank, Outside of the SKCDC Webster Center
Summer locations: Calumet Park, Williams Park, McCalls Park, Cunningham Park
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