Even if you don't have a library card, you can still use Easton's Little Free Libraries.
If you're not familiar with the program, it works like this:
The libraries are small boxes placed around the city. People can take books out of them for free, with the expectation that you'll also add books of your own.
The Easton Main Street Initiative installed one library in Centre Square in October, and recently added the other three: one each in Scott and Riverside parks, and another on Ferry Street outside the Easton post office.
There's also one at the Shaughnessy law offices at Eighth and Lehigh streets which predates the ones downtown.
The Little Free Library program began in Wisconsin in 2009. By the end of this year, there will be roughly 15,000 of them in 55 countries.