Little Free Library Delivery: Religion


Since I ride my bicycle by the Little Free Library in front of Arsaga’s at the Depot several times a week on my way to and from work, it’s easy for me to keep up with the little library’s stock. It’s clear plexiglass front door means I don’t even have to stop to check out whether there’s room to drop off some books or not. This collection doesn’t need much space though, as it’s just three books. If you happen to want any of these three books, just follow me on twitter and look for a tweet that says, “The drop has been made.” Then you can roll on over to the little library and pick them up!

This trio includes:


  • The World’s Great Religions: This is another book which has it’s inside front cover graced by my grandmother’s name. The book must have been around when my mom was young because her name adorns a back page in purple crayon. Aside from some school library markings from the Anaheim School District and a big scrawl of “I Love You All” in orange pastel on the inside of the front cover, the book is in pristine condition. The whole thing is full of pictures, and covers the basics of many of the world’s religions. An excellent book for young people interested in exploring the world’s great religions!


  • The Holy Book of Women’s Mysteries: If, like me, you’re into pagan lady power – then this is the book for you.


  • A Treasury of Kahlil Gibran: Apparently this book is no oddity to own. According to an article in the New Yorker, Kahlil Gibran is the third bestselling poet of all time. And, it’s no surprise this collection was in my parent’s attic because it’s hippy lit. So, if you’re into some super classic literature by a guy who was told he was a mystical prophet and started to believe it himself, this is the one for you!

In case you’re just stumbling upon this and you’re wondering why I’ve got a little stack of books on my blog, check out my intro to this series.

P.S. My mom had the excellent idea that I stick a card in the books I leave so that those who find the books naturally can trace them back to this whole project. So, I’ve done it! Check for these in the books left by me from now on: