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Stacy's Little Free Library

Stacy's Little Free Library was donated to the JCC in memory of Stacy D. Haynes by members of her book club of over a decade, unofficially dubbed as"The Sometimes We Read the Book Book Club". Most of the club members met when their children were attending pre-school at the JCC, so it was a logical and meaningful choice to place Stacy's Little Free Library outside of the Early Childhood Education Center.

What is a Little Free Library?

  • Little Free Library book-sharing boxes are the world's largest book sharing program.
  • Little Free Libraries are designed to build community, spark creativity, and inspire readers.
  • We invite the community to take, borrow, or donate a new or gently-used book to Stacy's Little Free Library

How can I contribute to Stacy's Little Free Library?

  • If you would like to donate a book, please email Risa Huber at rwhsmh@gmail.com
  • For suggestions on appropriate titles, please see this Amazon Book Wishlist.
  • We ask that you please be mindful of the books being placed in the Library.  Books should be appropriate for the majority of our community and especially children.  Please do not donate textbooks or worn or damaged books.

What inspired the design for Stacy's Little Free Library?

  • Stacy loved sunflowers and they were a true reflection of her vibrancy, positivity, and overall general happy nature.
  • The library artwork and bookplates were designed by Jennifer Osterweil to symbolize the positive energy Stacy radiated throughout her life.

Learn more about Stacy's Little Free Library in this article from JMore.

Stacy's Little Free Library Wishlist