Dave Urbanski theblaze.com Merely observing that 9-year-old Spencer Collins is passionate about reading doesn’t come close to describing how deep his appreciation goes. “It’s kind of like I’m in a whole other world and I like that,” the Leawood, Kansas, lad told KMBC-TV in Kansas City. “I like adventure stories because I’m in the adventure and it’s fun.” Collins is so enthusiastic about turning pages that he figured he’d get his community involved — and placed a miniature communal library on his front lawn. The motto emblazoned on the glass door of the small bookcase, complete with shingled roof? ”Take a book, leave a book.” Well, apparently Collins’ gesture fell flat with a couple of folks who complained to the city government. You can only imagine what happened next… “When we got home from vacation, there was a letter from the city of Leawood saying that it was in code violation and it needed to be down by the 19th or we would receive a citation,” Collins’ mother Sarah told KMBC. to read more: theblaze.com
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