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World's Smallest Library Pops Up on New York Sidewalk
JUNE 04, 2013Hugo Gye, Daily MailThe smallest library in the world has appeared on the streets of New York City - and it has space for just one reader at a time.
The bright yellow plastic structure houses 40 books and aims to help city-dwellers take a break from the pace of life in the metropolis by chilling out with a good story.
The Little Free Library was designed by a pair of innovative architects using recycled materials to protect the books inside from the elements.Read more: Daily Mail