For the first time, the network trusts thousands of rural children and adolescents, allowing them to easily access, read, and share a book in Little Kind Library without routine supervision. The idea is modeled on the international model called Little Free Library, with a slight modification and localization, and includes small libraries in large numbers in public places, usually in the suburbs and small towns and villages on the walls of houses. And public thoroughfares are installed.
Little Kind Library started its work in 2016 from a remote village in Khorasan province with the establishment of its first rural library, called Nadehi Library. Nadehi Library with more than 2500 volumes of books was very well received by the villagers and became the starting point for numerous educational and cultural workshops. Proponents of the idea have since shifted their focus to smaller, larger libraries to accommodate more space. These libraries are usually installed in remote villages and areas where access to the library is difficult or impossible.
The cost of providing books and building library shelves is paid for personally, and the Little Kind Library is not supported by government agencies.