Little Free Libraries
One of the most successful ways to improve a child's reading achievement is to increase their access to books, especially at
home. This is why we implemented the Little Free Library program in 2018. Since that time we have worked with partners throughout our community to place over 150 Little Free Libraries - and we are still growing!
The Queen City Book Bank receives thousands of gently used books each year and Little Free Libraries are the perfect conduit to get books into the hands of children and families who need them most.
"Up to 61% of low-income families do not have any books for their children at home."
-U.S. Department of Education
"In low income neighborhoods, on average there is only 1 book for every 300 children."
-Handbook of Early Literacy
Interested in hosting a Little Free Library and becoming a volunteer steward?
Reach out to Program Coordinator, Liz Asman, at Liz.email@example.com with your contact information.
Include the location you would like to have the library installed and she will be in touch with you soon!
If you have gently used children and young adult books you would like to donate to us to be used for our Little Free Libraries, please contact Liz.firstname.lastname@example.org or call (513) 621-7323.
Click here to view the interactive Little Free Library world map. To search for our libraries, simply type in "Cincinnati" in the search bar.