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Little Free Librarian Inspects Little Free Library

I had some fun with the little clay model that I posed for in the market in Tianjin, China.  The artist used multi-coloured modelling clay with amazing skill to create caricatures for his customers.

Since then my statue has been guarding the house from the fireplace mantel, but last week, he got bored, and wanted to check out the Little Free Library.

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Browsing the stacks

While he was growing the stacks, I took these pictures.

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Little Librarian (in bottom left)

 

 

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