A Crown Hill Little Free Library has been turned into a “Peep Show” with a new scene every week.
The Peep Show is the creative work of Crown Hill resident Cristie Kearny, who said she set it up after removing books from the Little Free Library she made.
“To help slow the spread of COVID-19, I removed the books from my Little Free Library and transformed it into a Peep Show,” Kearny tells My Ballard. Her first show was “Mary Peepins,” and every week will be something different.
Kearny says it’s social-distancing friendly and hands-free, unless you choose to turn on the light switch—she provided sanitizing hand wipes so you can turn it on safely.
If you want to check out the latest scene, check out the Peep Show at 9709 14th Avenue NW.
Photos: Cristie Kearny
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