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  • The Little Free Library at the home of Allen Wulk at 1006 E. Howard Ave. in Milwaukee.

  • Allen Wulk poses with his Little Free Library in his front yard at 1006 E. Howard Ave. Wulk estimated it took him over 40 hours from start to finish to build his library.

  • Melanie Roepke stands with her Little Free Library at her home at 400 E. Plainfield Ave. in Milwaukee. Roepke received her Little Library as a birthday gift from her husband.

  • The Little Free Library at the home of Melanie Roepke at 400 E. Plainfield Ave. in Milwaukee matches the yellow of her home.

  • This Little Library at 2430 N. 69th St. in Wauwatosa has an intricate design.

  • The house at 2430 N. 69th St. in Wauwatosa has two Little Libraries — one for adult books (left) and another for children’s books.

  • The panda library at 2430 N. 69th St. in Wauwatosa has books for children.

  • This Little Library in Wauwatosa has two shelves of books, and its colors match the house.

  • This Little Library sits in a yard at 2344 N. 67th St. in Wauwatosa.

  • This Little Library at 2155 N. 68th St. features a stone roof and an ornate bell.

  • It's a good idea to light your Little Free Library so evening passersby can flip through books at dusk. This Little Library on Kirkwood Drive in New Berlin also provides a bench for visitors to sit and relax.

  • Barbara Ali’s son Omar, 8, paints their Little Library. Ali had the structure built for her but said the decoration process took about two weeks.

  • Barbara Ali’s Little Library in the painting process.

  • Barbara Ali’s son Omar, 8, gave their Little Library a Spider-Man theme. The Spider-Man logo is painted on the side and a figurine sits atop the lock.

  • Barbara Ali’s son Omar, 8, wrote his name on the back of the Little Library at their Whitefish Bay home. He turned the first letter of his name into a Spider-Man head with help from his brother Jake, 27.

  • Barbara Ali outlined her own hand to create this design on the Spider-Man-themed Little Library at her home in Whitefish Bay.

  • Barbara Ali’s Little Library in Whitefish Bay was given a Spidey touch.

  • Bruce Linde of Whitefish Bay stands with his Little Free Library. Linde built the library in the midst of a ban of Little Free Libraries in the Village of Whitefish Bay. Since then, the city has dropped its objection to Little Free Libraries.

  • Every since the Linde’s built their Little Free Library in Whitefish Bay, it has been used frequently, said Marilyn Linde.

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