March 4th is one of our families' favorite days of the year for a couple reasons: First, it’s the only day of the year that forms a sentence (literally so cool- and yes geeky- if you're an English major)! And it is also known as a day to unify as people, reflect on past histories (e.g. human rights struggles), step out of our comfort zones, and move forward with new dreams/aspirations. So in honor of March 4th, our Little Free Library will feature challenged/banned books for ALL ages. This might sound scary, but I promise it’s not! You might be surprised that even these children's books (https://tinybeans.com/kids-books-and-childrens-books-that-are-banned-books/slide/1) are considered banned in some places of the Unites States. So, during the month of February, we'll be doing some research on challenged/banned books and gathering some for our library in preparation for March! Feel free to comment and recommend books that you think will be worth including!