Sometimes books like "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," "The Catcher in the Rye," and "To Kill a Mockingbird" are banned from curriculums and school libraries because of challenges made by parents or administrators. Those books and others are being celebrated this week in Boise.
If you haven't been to the Boise Public Library lately, here's some incentive to head that way. There's a big advantage to growing up around books, and it sticks with us for life. But is it the tangible copies or the digital ones?
If you're not using the Boise Public Library or any of the local libraries around the Treasure Valley on a regular basis you're totally missing out.
These are great resources that are free! Check out these 5 reasons why the library is awesome.
The new library at Bown Crossing is nestled in with bike racks and pedestrian paths, and it's not far from the Greenbelt. It's green to the core when it opens up later this week, and it will even including a reading room with a fireplace.