By Kristi Reed
Just across from Auburn City Hall and just a few feet away from the town’s red caboose stands a small, wooden, barn-like structure on a post. A peek inside reveals dozens of books including an Alex Cross thriller by James Patterson, a non-fiction account of the Battle of Britain and a romance novel entitled “One Hot Texan” — all waiting to be taken or swapped for another title.
The eclectic collection is available to the public as part of the Little Free Library movement — a movement dedicated to promoting literacy and a love a reading through free book exchanges worldwide. Read more.