Tiniest library in the world

I stumbled upon this little gem during my web wanderings earlier this week. How creative, and inspiring–wish I’d thought of this!  I’m gratified, once again,  to see evidence that reading PAPER (not virtual) books is still alive in kicking in the world. (photos and text courtesy of offbeatearth.com)

“As both books and classic red phone booths are becoming a thing of the past, a village in Somerset, England has merged the two rare commodities.

“The bright red old phone booth was purchased for just 1 pound and remodeled as the smallest library in the world. Residents line up to swap their already read books for new ones left by other patrons. Over 100 books and a variety of movies and music CDs are available at this tiny library.”