TKC TOP 5: WHAT KANSAS CITY LEARNED FROM LEAWOOD LITTLE LIBRARY RUCKUS!!!
Last night Kansas City celebrated a what might be a win for literacy in the metro with a little boy Little Library victory in a posh local suburb.
Fox4: Leawood will allow Spencer Collins to reopen his free little library, for now
And now . . .
CHECK THE TOP 5 TEACHING MOMENTS FROM THE LEAWOOD LITTLE LIBRARY HOT MESS!!!
5. Middle-Class Persecution Complex Makes For A Powerful Story
Seriously, the social media trend on this one called out the good life and the City Council in the nicest part of the Golden Ghetto as if they were a fascist regime . . . Which was a half-truth at best.
4. Good News: Reading Rights Really Do Inspire Rage
Nice to see people excited about engaged about reading something an anti-immigrant screed.
3. Freebie Books Are Beloved
Note to authors . . . Giving away stuff for free is a good way to garner good vibes.
2. Little Library White Kid Will Be Your Future Prez If We're Lucky
It's impossible not to be impressed with this kid's leadership ability even if he was/might have been used/over-indulged by parents as a prop.
1. Never Mind This Story Was About A Structure Most People Will Never Utilize
Seriously, anybody actually plan to use one of these things or do anything but take a photo of one for Instagram???
Here's a guide on how to build a Little Free Library . . . Available for free and without a zoning ruckus on the Internets.