Oakhill Day School hosted a Little Free Library Opening Ceremony on February 6. What started as a service project by originator Todd Bol of Wisconsin in 2009, the Little Free Library Movement has become embraced worldwide and has sparked the interest of the Middle School Student Council at Oakhill Day School. “We chose the Little Free Library as our project because it is a unique way to increase literacy. It benefits not just our school, but the community,” said Holland Gugler, student council president. Each student council representative took on unique roles in order to get their Little Free Library Project off the ground. Oakhill Middle School students, with the assistance of Amy Ganaden, student council sponsor, and Kristen Sloan, library coordinator, spent the last two months gathering books to include in the Little Free Library. “We want people to discover interesting titles that they might not usually pick up at the public library,” says Gugler. The Oakhill Little Free Library will offer everything from children’s board books to New York Times best sellers.