Have you ever come across a Little Free Library in your neighborhood or anywhere else? There are over 100,000 of these miniature lending libraries around the globe where anyone can take or leave a book. But in the early pandemic, some people replaced books with canned goods, toilet paper, cleaning supplies and yarn and needles to give away.
If you were to construct a Little Free Library in front of the place where you live, what would you want it to look like? What would you put inside to give away? Why?
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