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First, finding the Little Free Libraries is a bit of a challenge. They are listed on the internet via the Little Free Libraries website. However, the address is often approximate and once there you have to find the actual library box. In searching for Atlanta area locations, I've traveled to some different neighborhoods and found some nice walking neighborhoods.
|Little Free Library in Young Harris, Georgia.|
Second, once you are in the neighborhood and at the address, you actually have to spot the library. It's not always easy from a moving car. They are small. You have to keep your eyes open. The libraries are about the size of mailboxes and sit at some location near the address listed. Once you get the knack for spotting them, the task becomes easier. Since there are 75,000+ around the world, you often see them in unexpected places. My wife and I were driving through the Georgia mountains and she actually spotted the one in Young Harris. Since I happened to have a copy of Zombie Complex, we dropped it off.
|Little Free Libary in a Young Harris, Georgia, public park|
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|Little Free Library in Atlanta, Georgia|