A tiny Truro library nestled inside of a pumpkin has caught the eyes of book lovers around the world.
The Truro Public Library posted photos of its pumpkin library Facebook earlier this month, but they didn’t go viral until the week leading up to Halloween, The Boston Globe reported. The pumpkin was carved by local children and library staff decorated the inside, including the lighting and decorative floor and walls.
As of Saturday morning, the post had more than 5,000 likes and 16,000 shares.
The LEGO people who have called the little library home have been busy reading, knitting, or having a cup of coffee over the past few weeks, but will celebrate Halloween day in costume, according to the Globe.
Read the full Globe story here.