The people who live here keep a tiny library they call a Generosity Zone. It sits atop a post that's located, as is their attractive house, only feet away from a busy road heavy with traffic. Library visitors can read a notice that says, "We love the idea of sharing books with each other; giving and returning books."
However, drivers are too concerned about negotiating the downhill curves ahead to notice what's being offered, and there isn't very much foot traffic either. So the tiny library rarely has any patrons, but continues to stand in the Maine winter for an admirable belief.