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Unsurprisingly, Williamsburg has a teeny-tiny library. It's located on the corner of Leonard and Withers, requires a code to unlock its teeny-tiny door, and operates under the honor system. And Poets&Writers reports that it's not much bigger than a doghouse. The whole thing is called the Corner Library Project and is the concept of artist Colin McMullan. Who says books are dead? [Poets&Writers via Curbed NY]