Town of Clinton, NY, Opens "America's Littlest Library"—in a British Phone Booth

The Town of Clinton in New York's Hudson Valley recently christened a bright red British telephone kiosk as "America's Littlest Library." The Book Booth, a branch of the Clinton Community Library houses about 100 books and is part of the library's book exchange program.

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Is it bigger on the inside

I guess it is bigger on the inside -- in a world of books and knowledge kind of way. Maybe next time they could get a blue police box.

should paint it blue and call it BARDIS

or TARDIL, or what?
BARDIS, Books and Relative Dimension in Space
TARDIL, Time and Relative Dimension in Libraries

make some comment about how it's infinitely bigger on the inside where the books are...

Sonic screwdriver

Does this library include a sonic screwdriver?

I found a picture of the librarian in town:

"You want weapons? We're in a

"You want weapons? We're in a library! Books! The best weapons in the world! This room's the greatest arsenal we could have - arm yourselves!"

The Doctor, in "Tooth and Claw" (2006)

(also seen on a library wall)

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