This blog is all about the Little Free Library in Freeland, Oxfordshire. If you’ve never seen one, you might be wondering what a little free library is. Put simply, it is a way for members of a community to share books, for free. Structurally, a little free library usually resembles a small cupboard, situated in a convenient location where people can easily access it. Inside, there will be a variety of used books, which you are welcome to take home and read. The main idea is “take a book, return a book”; people can take a book they want to read, then either keep it, return it, or pass it on to someone else. If you have a book or two that you would like to donate into the library, simply put them inside. Every time you open the door of a little free library you never know what you’ll find!