Posted on September 18, 2019 at 9:55 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Every Little Free Library is a sight for sore eyes, but some builders have the vision and ability to go above and beyond.
One example: Dick Ford of Mize, Mississippi, who raised money for and built a Little Free Library that replicates Dr. Who’s TARDIS.
The Hattiesburg American reports that the TARDIS might be the state’s largest Little Free Library (and it also notes that Hattiesburg has the most LFLs of any United States city).
You can see more interesting examples in the article’s photo gallery and more TARDIS libraries on Little Free Library's website.
And since it’s Give a Good Read Week — a partnership between Little Free Library and Good Reads — keep your eyes open for unique ones in your area; if you email us a picture, we’ll share it with the Fussy fandom!
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