The Makiki Community Library is featured in a March 7 column published by American Libraries, the magazine of the American Library Association, "The Little Library That Could"
Inspiring libraries are often the ones with big budgets. They have impressive buildings, enormous collections, and large staffs. The Makiki Community Library in Honolulu, Hawaii, has none of these things, but that doesn’t make it any less remarkable. This small donations-based, volunteer-driven organization effectively executes its deep-seated mission of engaging the community.
Read the full article online at the American Libraries Web site