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    There are 28 new Little Free Libraries in New York City.

    Corinne Segal

    August 11, 2022, 12:07pm

    More than two dozen new Little Free Libraries will bring books to community gardens in all five boroughs of New York City, Serena Tara of Thrillist reports.

    The new installations are a project of Little Free Library, the nonprofit that is responsible for more than 150,000 book-exchange boxes around the world, and The New York Restoration Project.

    Here are the locations of the new libraries:


    Rainbow Garden of Life and Health, South Bronx
    Bathgate Community Garden, Tremont
    Glover Street Community Garden, Castle Hill
    Bette’s Rose Garden, Melrose
    Paradise on Earth, Fannie’s Garden, Morrisania
    Target Bronx Community Garden, Highbridge


    Farmers Garden, Crown Heights
    Cooper Street Community Garden, Bushwick
    Williams Avenue Community Garden, East New York
    Greene Acres Community Garden, Bedford Stuyvesant
    Imani Community Garden, Crown Heights
    Bridge Plaza Community Garden, Downtown Brooklyn
    Aberdeen Community Garden, Bushwick
    Gil Hodges Community Garden, Gowanus
    Hull Street Community Garden, Ocean Hill
    Target Brooklyn Community Garden, Bedford Stuyvesant
    Jane Bailey Community Garden, Bedford Stuyvesant
    Bedford-Stuyvesant Community Garden, Bedford Stuyvesant


    Union Settlement, East Harlem
    Maggie’s Garden, Hamilton Heights
    El Barrio Community Garden, East Harlem
    Toyota East Children’s Learning Garden, Lower East Side
    Riley-Levin Children’s Garden, Inwood
    The Dorothy Strelsin Memorial Community Garden, Lower East Side
    Herb Garden, East Harlem
    Friendship Garden (Wicked) (to be installed fall 2022), West Harlem


    Seagirt Boulevard Community Garden, Far Rockaway
    Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson Community Garden, Jamaica

    Staten Island

    Westervelt Community Garden, St. George

    [via Thrillist]

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