East Penn Press

Sunday, December 16, 2018
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Cawley Waters built his free little library to resemble the sanctuary in Faith Presbyterian Church, North Second and Cherokee streets, Emmaus, and incorporated durable samples of stained glass a parishonner gave to him for his project. ABOVE: Waters takes a seat near his library.

Little Free Library


"One of our missions is to give books to anyone who needs a book," Kirsten Hess, proprietor of Let's Play Books, Emmaus, said.

And the mission is being realized in part thanks to the little free library on the front porch at the bookstore...

PRESS PHOTOS BY CHRIS DRYFOOS Repurpose the Ordinary attendees learned how to transform unwanted, damaged or discarded books into household items like this decorative vase.

Lower Macungie Library

By CHRIS DRYFOOS in Local News

Repurpose the Ordinary, a free event held recently at the Lower Macungie Library, taught its patrons the beauties of reuse.

The event was the brainchild of Carly Hustedt, the new adult programming coordinator for the library.