Little Free Library

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Also on site is a Little Free Library. Take a book, leave a book. There are also free things inside the door of our interpretation of a tobacco drying shed, built and donated by Durham’s ReUse Warehouse out of all reclaimed building materials. Lots of fiction and non-fiction books for adults and youth are free for the taking inside. If you don’t have a book to leave when you take one out, nobody’s looking!
Thursday, March 8, 2017
Here are some of the books available:
By Hillsborough Authors: Oldest Living Confederate Widow* by Allan Gurganus, foolscap by Michael Malone, On Agate Hill * by Lee Smith, Magic Time by the late Doug Marlette
All-time Favorites: Memoirs of a Geisha* by Arthur Golden, Pet Sematary* by Stephen King, On the Occasion of My Last Afternoon* by Kaye Gibbons, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling, The Secret Life of Bees* by Sue Monk Kidd, The Sum of All Fears by Tom Clancy, a couple by Danielle Steele, A Thousand Splendid Suns* by Khaled Hossein, A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole
Biography: For the Sins of my Father* by Albert DeMeo, My Life by Earvin “Magic” Johnson, The Man Who Shocked the World, the Life and Tmes of Stanley Milgram by Thomas Blass
Autobiography: Carole King A Natural Woman*, wild *by Cheryl Strayed, Lazy B by Sandra Day O’Connor
Non-Fiction: The Granny Nanny:A Guide for Parents and Grandparents Who Share Child Care by Lee Edwards Benning
and lots more, including quality children”s books, bathroom books, self-help books, cartoons and the 1937 Red Cross First Aid Textbook in case you’ve been looking for that.