Imagine building a dollhouse-like structure, sitting it atop a post and putting it in the ground in front of a home or a park. Then fill it with books and watch what happens.
David Laufer did just that in April in front of his Druid Hills home. Since that time Laufer has met people he would not have met and gets recognized on the street.
Laufer put up the first Little Free Library (LFL) in Georgia and the grassroots concept is catching on like wildfire. The LFL movement began in Wisconsin two years ago and there are an estimated 3,000 units in the United States. The LFL has its own website (www.littlefreelibrary.org) where visitors can learn more about the movement and view a map to determine the closest library.
There are at least seven in DeKalb County, most of which are in the