The City of Sunrise is home to the Dan Pearl Branch Library - part of the Broward County Library system.
Dan Pearl Branch Library
10500 West Oakland Park Boulevard
Sunrise, FL 33351
The Dan Pearl Branch Library is open Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; and Tuesday and Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The library is closed Friday and Sunday.
Sunrise residents may also obtain books and other resources at these nearby Broward County Libraries:
- West Regional Library. 8601 West Broward Boulevard, (954) 382-5860
- Lauderdale Lakes Branch Library. 3521 NW 43 Avenue, (954) 497-3627
- Lauderhill Mall Branch Library. 4257 NW 12 Street, (954) 797-1000
- Lauderhill Towne Centre Library. 6399 West Oakland Park Boulevard, (954) 497-1630
- Tamarac Branch. 8701 Commercial Boulevard, (954) 765-1500
Little Free Libraries
The Sunrise Leadership Academy Class of 2013 collaborated with local elementary schools, community groups and corporate sponsors to bring Little Free Libraries to four Sunrise parks.Sunrise residents can "Take a Book, Return a Book" at these locations:
In the Village Multipurpose Center Gym
6700 Sunset Strip
NOB HILL SOCCER CLUB PARK
Next to the Clubhouse
10200 Sunset Strip
Next to the Playground
12855 NW 8th Street
Next to the Ranger Office
11100 NW 44th Street
We hope you’ll visit these Little Free Libraries and borrow the books they contain. We hope you’ll share your discoveries with your family, your friends, and your neighbors. Most of all, we hope you’ll be inspired by the love of literacy and community that they represent. More information about the Little Free Library network is available at www.sunrisefl.gov/books.
Little Free Libraries are all about sharing. If you have gently-used paperbacks or hardcovers you'd like to contribute, please place them in the Little Free Library nearest you, or bring them to the Leisure Services office on the second floor of the Sunrise Civic Center (10610 West Oakland Park Boulevard). For more information call (954) 747-4600.
About the Little Free Library Movement
Todd Bol of Wisconsin developed the first Little Free Library in 2009 in tribute to his mother – a teacher and avid reader. He built a tiny shed, filled it with books, and placed it on his lawn with a sign: “Take a Book, Return a Book.” His motto has since been adopted by citizens in communities across the globe, including Rajapalaym, India; Vilnius, Lithuania; Gressier, Haiti; and Bucerias, Mexico.
Watch this NBC News clip to learn more about the Little Free Library initiative:
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