Little Free Libraries are very popular with families because of their placement along walking paths and sidewalks close to home. The concept is “Take a book, Leave a book” and so the rotation of books and choices is nearly constant. Volunteer stewards help oversee the collections and answer any questions book donors or neighborhoods may have.

Applications are now being accepted from residents who would like a Little Free Library in their Montgomery neighborhood. Please email for more. 

Are you ready to support your community?

The Montgomery Foundation is a concept designed to increase self-sufficiency and to encourage community awareness. We have a great community, and we all know it can be greater still. Will you help us? Contact us now to learn more about how you can help give back to the community we love: Montgomery.

Did You Know?

Did you know Montgomery has earned many statewide, regional and national awards? Here are just a few: 3rd Place National Winner, Neighborhood Watch and National Sheriff’s Association.

Project Details

  • Little Free Libraries can be purchased from or built by volunteers.
  • Little Free Libraries are conveniently placed in areas of high pedestrian and bicycle traffic.
  • Residents donate books they have finished reading, and pick up new books they have yet to explore.


  • Promote family reading through convenience and variety.
  • Build neighborhoods and community spirit through sharing.
  • Create libraries that children can visit “on their own” anytime.
  • Build reading and learning skills.
  • Put neglected or outgrown books back to good use.

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The first free Little Free Libraries in Montgomery have been amazing successes with both young and old. Hundreds of books have been circulated and re-read thanks to sharing and caring communities.

Community Feedback

We have been amazed at how popular and well used our Free Little Library was right from the start! The selection is ever changing and includes books and magazines
Stan and Marion Bond