As homeschoolers, we tend to accumulate books. Lots and lots of books. We need them for this awesome new curriculum we found. Or we saw an excellent book on someone's Instagram account. Maybe we heard someone at our meetups talking about a wonderful new book that we just needed for our own family. So many books. Yet such little space for all of them.
One of the best ways to reduce the number of books within our homes is to share them in Little Free Libraries. The original idea for the Little Free Libraries was to build community through inspiring a love of reading in spaces where access to good books may not come as easily. However, they have spread all over the world, and you can find the ones near you here. Offering some of the bounty of your family's book collection by placing into a Little Free Library would be a marvelous way to curate your own family's book collection by decluttering books that you no longer need and spread the joy of reading good books to other people.
What is the most unique Little Free Library you have seen? I'd love to hear about it in the comments below.