SV student opens ‘Little Library’ as senior project
LOGANTON –Amanda Snyder is giving away books, for free, as her senior project.
She has cookbooks, kids books, novels, mysteries, history books, sci-fi books, and much more.
And she’s giving them away for free.
Amanda has set up a “Little Library” at the Loganton Country Store, 21 E. Main St., Loganton.
Owners of the store, Mike and Tina Sheasley, have kindly allowed Amanda to share her books with the community in their store, which sells everyday food, bulk foods, deli meats and cheeses, and offers daily lunch specials. Propane tanks, movies, live bait and other items are also available.
Through many donations, Amanda has been able to collect hundreds of used and new books for all ages.
All books are free at the Little Library. People can give a book or take a book and they are not required to return the books. “I just want them to enjoy the books,” Amanda said.
Amanda is a senior at Sugar Valley Rural Charter and the Little Library is her senior project.
“I hope that through the Little Library I can inspire people to enjoy the feeling of pages between their fingers and the enjoyment of exploring new worlds in the confines of a good book,” she said.
The Loganton Country Store is open Monday-Friday 5 a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m. The phone number is 570-725-2100.