The Wagner Vinicio Community Library is located in the Rio das Pedras community, in Jacarepaguá, west of Rio de Janeiro. The library was created by the local community, based on the demand of residents who wanted a place where their children could spend their time when they were not at school. The library has operated in the community since 2006, and has a children's literary collection, as well as literature for adults. It currently has nearly three thousand titles, all cataloged according to literary genre. The monthly average for borrowing collections is 235 titles per month and the library provides daily service from Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 7 pm (operation interrupted during the period of social isolation).

The main objective of the library is to stimulate and strengthen reading practices in the community of Rio das Pedras, being the only cultural space dedicated to Literature in the locality. The Library began to collect books in donations and Wagner Vinício, a young local resident, was the first to take books to the space. Wagner died as a result of a traffic accident and, during the community elections to choose the name of the library in 2006, his name received 90% of the votes. The community library integrates and is co-founder and co-manager of the Read Connection Network of Community Libraries (2009) and the National Network of Community Libraries (2015).

The main action of the community library is to contribute to the formation of readers in Rio das Pedras. We defend what Antonio Candido says, that literature is, or should be, a basic human right, as fiction/fabulation acts on the character and formation of subjects. It is on this premise that we work to form readers of books, society and life in a broad way. We operate along 3 axes: Political Incidence for the implementation of Municipal, State and National Plans focused on Books, Reading, Literature and Libraries; Mobilization of Resources and Sustainability of networks and community libraries; community rooting.