Marvel Teams with Little Free Library to Create "Little Marvel Library" Stands Around the USA

Marvel Teams with Little Free Library to Create “Little Marvel Library” Stands Around the USA

Posted by May 8, 2018 Comment

In a move so generous we won’t even accuse them of doing it to spike sales numbers, Marvel has announced plans to ship Avengers: Infinity War themed library stands to locations around the country, starting on Saturday, May 12th. They’re partnering with  Little Free Library and First Book on the project, and if you’re wondering what Little Free Library is, you may have seen one of the non-profit’s “take a book, leave a book” stands outside a local elementary school or other public places. They look like this:

First Book is another nonprofit, which will stock the book stands along with Disney. The program is called Little Marvel Library, and it even has its own web page. Books will include Avengers: Infinity War books like The Hero’s Journey and The Cosmic Quest Vol. 1, as well as other Marvel books, and whatever ends up in there over time (as people can donate their own books). For more information, head to the website.

Here are the locations where you’ll be able to find Little Marvel Libraries starting Saturday:


Humphries Elementary School
3029 Humphries Dr. SE
Atlanta, GA 30354


8555 Hough Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106


4300 Arkansas Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20011


Art In Motion
19452 Livernois Ave.
Detroit, MI 48221


Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo
250 East Montecillo Blvd.
El Paso, TX 79912


Slauson Recreational Center
5306 South Compton Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90011


2nd District Police Station
3401 Broadway St.
New Orleans, LA 70125


145 Street and St. Nicholas Ave. Subway Station
New York, NY 10019


St. Vincent de Paul
420 W Watkins Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85003

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(Last Updated May 8, 2018 3:13 pm )

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