Little Free Library is a global literacy movement, a revolution in neighborhood conversation, and the best media exchange of the year. A Little Free Library is a small house of books, posted in an accessible spot, often in a residential yard near a sidewalk or in a neighborhood park. Everyone who passes by is welcome to stop and browse the books that fill the micro library. See something you like? Take it home. Have a book to share? Add it to the mix. It is a "take a book, leave a book" remake. The inventory is constantly changing. Students at Hartland's Legacy Alternative High School wanted Hartland to be a part of the revolution. Over the summer months, students and staff worked hard to build 6 unique and distinctively different book houses. They researched the project learning about the global movement and the impact that Little Free Libraries have made on people across the world. Next, they designed and built each house to perfection. Lastly, the final touches were added by hand painting designs to add character. Hartland Consolidated Schools has partnered with Cromaine Library to help stock the Little Libraries and place them around the community. Look for Little Free Libraries to pop up around the community! Check out more photos from Legacy's summer program under the Student Activities tab.