Free Book Stand in Denver


Little Read Books



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Little Read Books


Denver's Volunteer-Run
Community Free Book Stand

Occupied Indigenous Territory of the
Apache, Ute, Cheyenne, Comanche, and Arapaho Nations

Grant & Colfax by the Capitol

Open Every Saturday
Noon - 2 pm


Mailing address: P.O. Box 18997 Denver, CO 80218
Little Read Books is a pop-up free book stand run by an all-volunteer mutual aid collective on the occupied indigenous land commonly known as Denver.

We work in our community to get books and supplies in the hands of people who need and read them. We strive to provide a space for left politics of all stripes and work with organizations that are fighting to transform our world. We have no owners, bosses, or profit motive, and are committed to building a just world where all may live free of oppression and exploitation.

Little Read Books is
- looking for more volunteers to run our free book stand, help prepare free food, help with administration, workshop/class planning, and our prisoner solidarity program. Fill out our volunteer interest form here.
- raising funds for rent, books, supplies and other operating expenses - please consider donating on our Open Collective page or @littlereadbooks on venmo!

- accepting donations of books and supplies, feel free to drop donations off at our free book stand during our open hours or contact us at info@littlereadbooks.org to arrange for pickup of large donations! Check out our wishlist here for suggestions of what to donate. Our mailing address is Little Read Books / P.O. Box 18997 / Denver, CO 80218.

- on Bookshop.org - now you can support Little Read Books by buying new books at this link: bookshop.org/shop/littlereadbooks! We get 30% of all purchases made through our shop (any book, even ones found by searching), so keep that link bookmarked and support your local, volunteer-run free book stand when you buy books for yourself! Help us spread the word about this, please!

Calendar


Upcoming LRB Free Book Stand Dates + Community Education Events

*Subject to Weather & Volunteer Capacity* 
If it is freezing cold, raining, snowing, extremely windy, or otherwise bad weather for free book distribution, we will skip/postpone our outdoor free book stand/programming! Please check our twitter/Instagram story for updates

Check @littlereadbooks on twitter for updates!

Discussion on Chapters 7 + 8 of “The Dispossessed” by Ursula K. Le Guin
Monday, June 27, 2022 - 7 - 9 pm
@ St. Mark’s Coffee House


Discussion on Chapters 9 + 10 of “The Dispossessed” by Ursula K. Le Guin Monday, Monday, July 11, 2022 - 7 - 9 pm
@ St. Mark’s Coffee House


Mao Zedong’s Five Essays on Philosphy: Discussion on “On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People” (1957) Thursday, July 14, 2022 - 7 - 9 pm
@ St. Mark’s Coffee House


Discussion on Washington Bullets by Vijay Prashad
Thursday, July 21, 2022 - 7 - 9 pm
@ St. Mark’s Coffee House


Mao Zedong’s Five Essays on Philosphy: Thursday, August 11, 2022 - 7 - 9 pm
@ St. Mark’s Coffee House

© Little Read Books 2022