The “Little Free Library” is Why I Love Living in Harleston Village

This post will be short and sweet, but I am so absolutely delighted by this I had to share it. Plus it’s Valentine’s Day, which is all about love, and I LOVE this. On Logan Street between Broad and Queen in Harleston Village, just a few doors down from the Queen Street Grocery, this imaginative and generous man put this out in front of his home.


If that “Little Free Library” doesn’t make you smile, I don’t know what else could. 🙂

Happy Valentine’s Day!


By the way, since I wrote this post, I’ve actually learned that the Little Free Library is a worldwide project! This one at 65 Logan is the only one in Charleston so far, though there are several others in South Carolina.  Here’s a map showing them around the world! Pretty inspiring…

View Little Free Library Index > Scroll Down in a larger map


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One Response to The “Little Free Library” is Why I Love Living in Harleston Village

  1. charleslpearson says:

    How special.  I love it, too. No wonder you adore Harleston Village so much. What a great neighborhood…I’ve patronized Queen Street Grocery a few times a couple of years ago the last time I stayed in Charleston. They used to make delicious crepes there in a great looking old building and street–Queen Street…and probably still make them. Happy V-Day to you & yours…

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