When Seattle librarians visited the gated cluster of tents and tiny houses that make up Camp Second Chance in White Center, they brought Star Wars comics, Dean Koontz books and Jon Krakauer’s “Into the Wild” for homeless campers to check out.
But the most popular item wasn’t a book. It was a Wi-Fi hotspot in a lockbox with a combination. All 11 of them were checked out by the end of the evening.
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