|Little Free Libraries (LFL) are a community movement in the United
States and worldwide that offers free books housed in small
containers to members of the local community.
They are also referred to as community book exchanges, book
trading posts, pop-up libraries, and noox, amongst other terms.
It’s a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors
share their favorite literature and stories.
In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of books
where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring
back another book to share.
Feel free to share your books
at any our Little Free Library locations
|Webmaster: Adolfo Pardo
Hattiesburg Clinic Internal Medicine
The Greater Pine Belt Foundation (Ann
Morris Memorial Fund)
Coca Cola Bottling Company
Hub City Lofts
Leadership Pinebelt Class of 2016
The First; A National Banking Assoc.
Trinity Episcopal Church
Area Development Partnership
Bryan Nelson Law Firm
Finlo Construction Co., Inc.
Lincoln Road Package Store
Merit Health Wesley
New South Restaurant Group
South Group Insurance
Brown Bottling Company
C. L. Dews & Sons Foundry
Great Southern Bank
Moore Funeral Homes, Inc.
Overhead Door Co. of Hattiesburg Inc.
Roberts & Associates
Robin Roberts Attorney at Law
Anderson Design Center
HMP Nursing Services, Inc.
Ellen Bevon CPA
Southern Oaks House & Garden
Arc of Southeast Mississippi
Hattiesburg Area Historic Society
Hattiesburg Historic Downtown Assoc.
Hub City Spokes
Keg & Barrel
Live @ Five
Mississippi Music Inc.
Mobile Street Renaissance Festival
Standard Office Supply
Supply the Art (Cade Slaughter)
Town Square Cafe & Bakery
Twin Forks Wine & Provisions
University of Louisiana-Lafayette
University of Southern Mississippi
USM School of Construction
William Carey University
State Sponsors and Grants
City of Hattiesburg/Parks
and Recreation Dept.
Forrest County Board of Supervisors
Mississippi Arts Commission.