Neighborhood unites around 'Little Library'
While neighbors tended to hot dogs and burgers around Woodbury on Tuesday during National Night to Unite, one neighborhood debuted a brand new feature.
Residents on Golden Eagle Trail gathered Tuesday night outside at Qin Tang's house, where her long-awaited Little Free Library was installed. Tod Bol, the Hudson, Wis., man who founded the Little Free Library project, was on hand to help install the feature.
The mini library -- the approximate size of a large birdhouse -- allows neighbors to leave and take books at their convenience. Tang sought to be included in the project after first learning about it last year.
Among those assisting with the project were 8-year-old Kade Kujak, who helped run a drill, and siblings Kaylen and Brady Schmitt, who placed the first books inside the tiny library.