Little Free Libraries now open at Minneapolis police precincts

Kids in Minneapolis who are looking for a good book to read this summer need only stop by their local police precinct, as the department officially opened up four Little Free Libraries Monday.

The small libraries – essentially free book exchanges – are located outside the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th precincts, according to police department spokesman Scott Seroka.

He said two more Little Free Libraries will be installed within the next couple of weeks – one at the Cedar Riverside Safety Center and the other in the Criminal Investigations office in City Hall.

The four Little Free Libraries are stocked with books primarily geared toward children and teenagers, Seroka said. Most of them were donated by Minneapolis Public Schools…

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