Turns out a free ice library isn’t a library where you rent ice books -- but it is close though. This ice library is a small sculpture where pedestrians can borrow books for free.
A good book can be a great thing; if you’ve ever had the urge to rent a book while on the go this ice library can be the remedy. The library is part of a project called the Little Free Library project. The project sees people building small covered boxes with books inside for people to borrow whenever they see fit; all you have to do is leave one when you take one.
While the project itself is an awesome social experiment, this free ice library may be the best one yet and proves that reading can, in fact, be cool.
This Free Ice Library Gives Out Books to Whoever Passes By
1. Little Free Library Projects - Entrepreneurs can create their own Little Free Libraries for their community and promote literacy in a fun and accessible way.
2. Ice Library Sculptures - Innovative artists and designers can build ice libraries in public spaces to attract pedestrians and promote community engagement.
3. Free Book Exchanges - Businesses and organizations can establish free book exchange programs to encourage reading and foster a sense of community among customers or employees.
1. Publishing - Publishers can partner with Little Free Library projects to get their books into more peoples’ hands and increase exposure and sales.
2. Community Development - Community development organizations can use Little Free Library projects as a way to bring people together and promote volunteerism.
3. Tourism - Cities and towns can create ice library sculptures as a way to attract tourists and showcase local pride and creativity.