There are some excellent titles available for free in right now in the 27th Street Book Box. These include a collection of stories by songster Steve Earle, called Doghouse Roses and the new biography of one of Mr. Earle’s pals, Guy Clark, called Withour Getting… Read More
At this time of year, we’re bombarded with heavy-duty retail marketing. Sale, sale, sale. Buy now. Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Holiday Sales, Boxing Day sales and on and on and on. Stop shopping for a few minutes and grab a free book at the Twenty… Read More
The 27th Street bookbox has been mostly self-sustaining with little intervention from me, and there is usually a healthy turnover of books. However, right now there is space for several new arrivals. Depending on size, I’d say it can handle up to 10 books to… Read More
There is a great selection of books right now at the 27th Street Book box. It’s in front of our home on 27th Street (near all the construction madness). Books are free to take. You can keep them or borrow them, and if you like,… Read More
Normally people take books and people drop books off at just about the same rate, but over the past couple weeks, it’s started to look a little sad…. So I’m putting the call out to Book Box fans in Long Branch. That doesn’t mean I’m… Read More
Tuffy P has added some accoutrements to the book box – two cats, one on a step and the other perched (with the help of a little velcro) on top.
I’ve been working on a new, bigger, more solid book box for the front of our house. The book box is a community library. Anyone is free to take any books or to leave books. There is also a bulletin board inside and a notepad… Read More
We just installed the 27th St. Book Box. Raw materials are (mostly) from Nice Old Stuff in Jarvis Ontario. The book box is always open. Take a book. Enjoy it. Keep it or return it. Drop off a book anytime. It’s our own lower 27th… Read More