Leytonstone's first little free library opened on Saturday

Leytonstone's first free library. Author Sara Bee, homeowners Felicity Hall and Robert Schroeder and artist Leticia Molera-Vasque

Leytonstone's first free library. Author Sara Bee, homeowners Felicity Hall and Robert Schroeder and artist Leticia Molera-Vasque

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East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Waltham Forest

A Little Free Library has been established in Leytonstone.

The project, in Poppleton Road, aims to encourage ready and improve literacy.

People can donate and exchange books by depositing them in a decorated box.

It was officially opened by children’s author Sarah Bee, who lives in the area, and is outside the home of Felicity Hall and Robert Schroeder.

Artist Leticia Molera-Vasquez designed the library, which features local wildlife.

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