While wandering the streets of SoHo today we were delighted to come up on the Little Free Library, a wonderful project that has been popping up around the city where locals are encourage to "take a book, leave a book" and spread the love of reading. Sponsored by the Architectural League of New York and the PEN Foundation for writers, we love that this project is simple, easy to use and so utterly positive in its mission. Interested readers can also download and build their own Little Free Library in their communities using the easy instructions on the LF Library's website. The Library that we visited on Prince Street is nestled in a bright courtyard underneath a leafy tree and visiting it is an absolute delight, not to mention that it featured some pretty great (and hefty reads). What book would you suggest that we leave? Leave your comments below and we'll pick the best to contribute.