Artist "revives" a 110-year-old tree in a small community library


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Perhaps this is the smallest and most original library ever seen, it is open 24 hours a day and is free to use.

American artist Sharalee Armitage Howard loves books. So when her family had to cut down the tree that was on the side of her house because he was sick, she decided to give new life to what was left of the centennial trunk and create a free community library.

So, instead of cutting the tree from its base, Sharalee decided to leave a good portion of the trunk to set it up as a bookcase where people in the community can exchange books for free, as part of the Little Free Library community library network. You leave one and you get one. That simple

This little library has its door always open, and it is charming. A small staircase leads up to it, and it has lights on the inside and outside, giving it an appearance of something created by forest elves.

Since Armitage shared her project on Facebook, her post has been shared over 30,000 times, and Reddit users upvoted her 100,000 times. Currently, there are more than 75,000 free libraries registered in the Little Free Library project.

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