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October 24, 2023

Little Free Libraries

What is a Little Free Library?

 “A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange. They come in many shapes and sizes, but the most common version is a small wooden box of books. Anyone may take a book or bring a book to share.”

Often you will find Little Free Libraries outside of people’s homes or outside or schools or businesses. More information at

In Langley, many of the Little Free Libraries have been designed and built by Carpentry students at Walnut Grove Secondary School, who then generously donate the libraries to the community. 

Where are the Little Free Libraries in Langley?

Click on our interactive map to find all the locations in Langley! 

  1. Brookswood – 200th St and 37A Ave
  2. Brookswood – Noel Booth Elementary
  3. Fort Langley – 22994 Billy Brown Road
  4. Fort Langley – 10162 Allard Cres. (Riverhouse Organic Farm on the Fort to Fort Trail)
  5. Fort Langley – 8812 Glover Road
  6. Fort Langley – 8960 Gay St
  7. Walnut Grove – Gordon Greenwood Elementary 
  8. Walnut Grove – Dorothy Peacock Elementary
  9. Walnut Grove – Langley Fine Arts School
  10. Walnut Grove -8759 213 Street
  11. Walnut Grove – 9330 207th St.
  12. Walnut Grove – Alex Hope Elementary
  13. Willoughby – Richard Bulpitt Elementary
  14. Willoughby – 8372 209A Street
  15. Walnut Grove – 20761 Telegraph Trail
  16. Murrayville – Langley Fundamental Elementary
  17. Murrayville – 21650 Murray’s crescent Langley
  18. Langley City – Blacklock Elementary
  19. 21177 Fraser Highway Langley-Langley Demonstration Garden at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum
  20. Langley City – New Directions English School 20436 Fraser Hwy #10
  21. Langley City -20750 Fraser Hwy
  22. Langley City – Douglas Park Community School
  23. Langley City – Nicomekl Elementary
  24. Langley City – 21177 Fraser Highway
  25. Yorkson, Willoughby – 8314 211 St.
  26. Yorkson, Willoughby – 8372 209A Street
  27. Yorkson, Willoughby – 20895 84A Avenue
  28. Yorkson Creek Middle School
  29. Clayton Heights, Surrey – 6557 193B Street 
  30. Willowbrook – 2489 Wayburne Crescent
  31. Willoughby – 21113 79A Ave
  32. Willoughby – North Otter Elementary
  33. Willoughby – 8067 207 Street

Submit Your Own Little Free Library Address (in Langley!)

    And don’t forget about the original ‘Little Free Libraries’ in our communities: Fraser Valley Regional Libraries, which are located in 7 locations across Langley, and offer fun and free programming for adults, children, teens and families, as well as free books you can borrow.

    In 2022 We had the students from Langley Senior Secondary Trades Class build some Little Free Libraries to share with community members. It was a great project for them to do and helped to put more books in the hands of the community.

    2022 Langley Senior Secondary Students Trade Program

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