Stumbled across this unique idea through a facebook post by Humans in Melbourne.
Yes, it's a community library where any one can visit, sit, read, relax, meet other people, talk, learn and borrow or swap books all on an honesty system.
Although it's not purely just for those who may be homeless, it certainly breaks down barriers allowing anyone from any walk of life to go in without feeling as though they don't belong, or can't afford its luxury.
Located within Melbourne Central, on Level 2, you could be excused for almost passing without noticing; myself included.
Inside you'll see what looks like a bookstore, but it is so much more. The Little Library is a place where absolutely anyone can come and borrow or swap a book for free. There is no membership, there is no shopkeeper or security guard, it is all done on honesty.
I would hope every major city could invest in utilising a space to provide this same concept for their own locals. Wow, what food for thought!