Little Free Libraries

Our Current Libraries:

One of our ongoing projects is to install Little Free Libraries throughout New York City, with a particular focus on NYCHA residences and book deserts. These libraries ensure that everyone has 24/7 access to books and allow people to donate their own books to share with neighbors.

When we initially fill up each library, we prioritize kids, middle-grade, and young adult books written by people of color. It’s important to amplify these voices—and it’s important for kids to see themselves in a story. We also prioritize books about anti-racism, Black liberation, and the abolition of police and prisons.

Some ways to help:
Donate funds to help fund building, installing, and fixing libraries
Donate books to help us keep these libraries filled to the brim
– Help keep libraries near you stocked (we can provide books!)
– Tell us where we should install more (
Volunteer to help us build more libraries!


Astoria Houses: 4-5 Astoria Blvd (inside)
Moore-Jackson Community Garden: 31-57 51st Street
Ravenswood Houses: 35-40 21st Street
South Jamaica Houses: 109-04 160Th Street
South Queens Women’s March: 130-01 Liberty Avenue
Woodside Houses: 50-19 Broadway
Z’s Family Daycare: 87-77 124th St

The Bronx

Claremont Houses: 1052 Teller Ave.
Clay Ave House: 1195 Clay Ave
Edenwald Houses: 1140 E 229th St
Mott Haven Houses: 375 E 143rd
Parkside Houses: 2972 Bronx Park East (temporarily inside)
P.S. 100 Isaac Clason: 800 Taylor Ave
Residential on 158th: 793 E 158th St
Sack Wern Houses: 1710 Lafayette Ave
Throggs Neck Houses: 475 Swinton Ave


Canarsie: 5816 Clarendon Rd
Howard Houses: 156080 E New York
Marlboro Houses: 2304 W 8th St
Marcy Houses: 492 Marcy Ave.
P.S. 308K: 616 Quincy Street


P.S. 171 Patrick Henry: 19 E 103rd street

Mount Vernon

Brush Park: 555 S 3rd Ave