The District of Barriere Park staff installed a new Little Flower Library (LFL) in Oriole Park ( on Oriole Way facing Dee Jay Road) on Oct. 16.
Pam Rudd, branch head of the Barriere Library stocked the library and said the books in there consists of a good mix of everything . “There are a number of hardcover recent releases, paperbacks, kids books and juvenile literature,” Rudd said, adding the bookcase is just another way to connect the community to the library
“Books and titles come to us at the right moment, when we need them, and this is a way of finding them when you need,” Rudd said about the convenient location of the bookcase in the neighbourhood.
Rudd said residents can enjoy the books free of cost, adding that libraries are one of the last remaining places where people can find anything for free nowadays.
The yellow bookcase in Oriole Park was financed by Jay Deyman and built by Liam Fielding, BSS Technology Education.
The library branch head also said that she will soon be registering the bookcase in Oriole Park with the Little Free Library organization which is a nonprofit that promotes neighborhood book exchanges in the form of public bookcases.