Little Free Role-Playing Game Libraries

A little free library. Image by John Phelps.

A little free library. Image by John Phelps.

Last week, Geek Mountain State reminded me of little free libraries: post-top libraries scattered around, serving the local community. Burlington has at least two: Calahan Park on Locust Street, the community garden on Pine Street and a second on North Avenue, near Convent Square.

Aside from filtering Paperbackswap books into circulation that haven’t moved since I reposted them, I’m wondering about thinning my own role-playing game library through little free libraries — maybe some lesser-loved board games, too. Things like my Labyrinth Lord print-out, or the sadly large panoply of HERO books about which I really ought to have known better.

What do you think? What would you do with a bunch of books that aren’t worth the trouble to sell piecemeal?

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