Little library on display at Bessemer Housing Authority


August 16, 2018

Jean Nordine/Daily Globe

THE BOOK book seen here is on diplay at the Bessemer Housing Authority. Built by Charly Loper's father, Bruce, the little libraries project around the area encourages readers of all ages to take a book, leave a book.

BESSEMER - Bessemer's parks and recreation committee, along with the Bessemer library board, worked with Bessemer Housing Authority to install "The Book Book," a little library for people to grab or leave a book.

City manager Charly Loper's father, Bruce, crafted the "Book" and it is located at the Housing Authority, 709 Iron St., Bessemer, in front of the office.

"Feel free to use the little library that has books for all ages, such as 'Presidential Courage' by Michael Beschloss for adult readers and 'I'm a Big Brother' by Cole Chambliss for the younger set," Loper said.

"The city is alway...

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