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DuBard School opens Little Free Library

The school has placed a Little Free Library at the main entrance.  Source: WDAM The school has placed a Little Free Library at the main entrance. Source: WDAM
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

The DuBard School for Language Disorders at the University of Southern Mississippi is giving the public an extra resource for reading.

A Little Free Library is located near the main entrance.

Children at the school and local residents are invited to take a new or slightly used book from the library and replace it with another one.

"When people have books at home that they are through with and no longer using, they can share them in the LIttle Free Library, so that others can enjoy them," said Maureen K. Martin, director of the school. "And then of course, they're welcome to come and take a book and take it home and enjoy it as well." 

The library is one of about two dozen that are located throughout Hattiesburg.

It was placed at the school through the efforts of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society  

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