Book box


I was surprised to find this "Book Box" just outside of Grunewald station. There is one just steps from my apartment and I thought it was unique to the city. You never know what you might find when you decide to venture out a bit!

28 comments:

  1. Its a great idea and worthy of all the books who have a difficult time these days with the digital media.

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  2. If you slow down and open your eyes amazing things appear. Tom The Backroads TRaveller

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  3. What a brilliant idea.
    One question, what is written on the side.
    Another language?

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    1. I think it's something in Hebrew.
      Maybe someone here can help?

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    2. It looks like Hebrew to me. Maybe refer it to Dina?

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  4. I really like this way of sharing books. The boxes I've seen here are so much smaller, though.

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  5. Seems to be spreading this idea.

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  6. Just might be the smallest 'enclosed' library I've ever seen.

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  7. ps. Superman would love it. Change and Read a book at the same time.

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  8. I love this idea, and the box is really nice.

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  9. A very good idea... and Birdman has a point here!

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  10. similar to our 'little library' effort here in the states!

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  11. I keep seeing these on blogs around the world... It's a good way to recycle old phone booths!

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  12. It's wonderful how these libraries are spreading!

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  13. Around the U.S. they're called "Little Free Libraries" and you can find them nestled in all sorts of places. Take a book and leave one.

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  14. How convenient for you! We have them here too.

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  15. We have hundreds of little library/book boxes scattered throughout our city but I have never seen one this large!

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  16. Another wonderful library !

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