The NP of Casentino Forests and the village of Santa Sofia

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What is a little free library? A little free library – literally a small free library – is a publicly owned place where free books are exhibited, available to everyone without timetables. The idea of sprinkling the world with books accessible to all started from the USA, where Todd Bol and Rick Brooks built in 2009 the first “Little Free Library” and the first network that catalogs and associates all those existing in the world, which now there are thousands.

In Italy, in the village of Santa Sofia, – the first reading’s village in Emilia Romagna – there is the Sophia in libris Association, which aims to promote and spread the pleasure of reading and writing. 

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