Think Little Free Libraries are just plain boxes filled with books? Think again. These otherworldly “branches” push the realm of Little Free Libraries to the outer limits.
This Doctor Who-inspired Little Free Library is an almost-life-size model of the famous TARDIS time machine and spacecraft.
What’s not to love about this wooden robot Little Free Library? It combines a sense of adventure with some handy woodwork and a spirit of sharing.
3. Space Bubble
Is it a space helmet? Is it a portal to another dimension? We’re not sure, but we know it makes a great Little Free Library!
Blast through space (and books) with this fantastically-designed, speedy, spaceship-inspired Little Free Library.
Built by students in the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME), this giant Little Free Library features R2-D2, the beloved droid from Star Wars.
An adorable little space creature, this Little Free Library has a charm and personality far bigger than its wee-size.
7. UFO In NYC
Made from a repurposed water tank, this Little Free Library looks part extraterrestrial, part UFO, and part space station.
Built, in part, with repurposed bicycle parts, this Little Free Library looks like a solar-powered house of the future.
This Transformers-inspired Little Free Library is a robot and neighborhood lending library in one.
Bonus: Yellow Submarine
This Yellow Submarine Little Free Library (with periscopes and all) pays tribute to the legendary band, The Beatles, while providing books for the neighborhood.
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