Good morning! How is the weather in your corner of the world? Over here it is raining, and in places where I have friends and family it is cold and a little snowy. Just the perfect weather for curling up with a good book. Unfortunately, not everyone has easy access to bookshops, or even libraries. I couldn’t imagine my life without new-to-me books in it. I am loving the initiative in Puerto Rico of pop-up free libraries that has been introduced, do you have a leave one/take one library near you?
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As I was talking about earlier, I love the initiatives of people who start up community libraries where they can. Here in Northern Ireland the children and I often take our books down to the train station where people can leave books for others to pick up and read. Puerto Rico has some colourful and fantastic Libros Libres (Free Books) places and I am touched that Discovering The World Through My Son’s Eyes went so far as to ship books from the USA to Puerto Rico to donate when they went home for a family vacation. This week I’m featuring their post on Libros Libres (Free Books) Puerto Rico