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A good idea: outdoor shelves to share books with neighbors

Reading is a great pleasure in spare time. Now that summer is coming, sit in the garden, on the terrace or in a park with a good book, It is really nice and also a way to have a good time very cheap, especially if after reading the books we exchanged them with friends or strangers, to read others we did not have.

Although many have already moved to the e-book, we are a few who still prefer to read on paper, and It is for those who prefer paper books for which this outdoor bookcase can be a great idea. There are in cities where it is not strange to see books in the park benches that people leave for others to exchange for their own, but for example in Galicia, where I live, with what it rains, leave the books in the air It would not be a great idea.

Little Free Library proposes several models of closed shelves so that books are protected from bad weather abroad. The idea is install these shelves outside the houses, leave in them some books that we have already read, so that others take them and leave theirs there. So we can read many books for the price of one, even some that we would not have thought of buying, you know ... sharing is living.

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