Your definitive (so far) Little Libraries map of Waterloo Region

We're making a photo map of all of the Little Libraries in Waterloo Region and beyond. Check it out and submit your own library.

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This is our ever-evolving map of Little Libraries in Waterloo Region, Guelph, Everton, Stratford, Woodstock, Salford and Paris created from YOUR SUBMISSIONS. We know that we don't have every library in the region, because people build new ones every day.

We've included all your latest submissions.

If you want to include a library that you don't see yet on the map, please send in a photo along with a street address to yournewskw@cbc.ca. If you see your library and you want to add information, such as if you've registered your library with Little Free Libraries, send us an email as well.

Little Libraries are just that – small spaces for people to leave books for others to check out for free or they can leave some of their own. Installed by community members, they become neighbourhood meeting spaces that encourage literacy, and each one is unique.

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