Working toward a Gold Award as part of Girl Scouting, Teresa Shockley of Leawood is using the idea of Little Free Libraries to help raise awareness of mental illness. Each of the books is something that gave her hope in her own battle with depression and self-harm.
Working toward a Gold Award as part of Girl Scouting, Teresa Shockley of Leawood is using the idea of Little Free Libraries to help raise awareness of mental illness. Each of the books is something that gave her hope in her own battle with depression and self-harm. Submitted photo
Working toward a Gold Award as part of Girl Scouting, Teresa Shockley of Leawood is using the idea of Little Free Libraries to help raise awareness of mental illness. Each of the books is something that gave her hope in her own battle with depression and self-harm. Submitted photo

Free Little Libraries are more than books — they’re therapy

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