Inquirer Foundation’s Little Free Library

In line with the Inquirer’s thrust to make reading materials more accessible to children within the community, a Little Free Library (LFL) was recently opened at the lobby of the newspaper’s head office in Makati City.

LFL is the world’s largest book-sharing movement, with thousands of locations around the world. With the LFL, children can come in at any time to explore the reading materials there. They are encouraged to bring their favorite books and exchange them with the ones in the library.

The LFL unit at the Inquirer office is the first inside a newspaper organization in the country. The pocket library features reading materials that engage children to think, learn, and ask. The Inquirer plans on putting up more LFLs in company premises in the near future.

For more details, please contact Inquirer Corporate Affairs, look for Bianca Kasilag-Macahilig: 897 8808 loc 352 or email


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