Celebrate National Library Week
First Celebrated in 1958, this year's theme is "Libraries Lead"
Did you know that the World's Smallest Library is right here in New York City??!!!
The smallest library in the world has appeared on the streets of New York City - and it has space for just one reader at a time.
The bright yellow plastic structure houses 40 books and aims to help city-dwellers take a break from the pace of life in the metropolis by chilling out with a good story.
The Little Free Library was designed by a pair of innovative architects using recycled materials to protect the books inside from the elements.