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Someone left us a present!  A traveling copy of Freaky Friday (RIP, Mary Rodgers) with a very intriguing Post-it note on the cover, and a code written on the side:

Bookcrossing.com is a site that connects people through books — you catch a book, read it, release it again, and log it on the site with your comments. Entering the code on our copy of Freaky Friday revealed a poignant message from user ResQgeek: “Registered in memory of my daughter, who was tragically killed on 30 August 2010.” 
We’re sorry for your loss — and we’ll pass the book on!
— Petra

We love the idea of sharing books with others— whether by handing an friend books directly, secretly leaving books as gifts, or by leaving a favorite read somewhere for a stranger to find!  nprbooks:

Someone left us a present!  A traveling copy of Freaky Friday (RIP, Mary Rodgers) with a very intriguing Post-it note on the cover, and a code written on the side:

Bookcrossing.com is a site that connects people through books — you catch a book, read it, release it again, and log it on the site with your comments. Entering the code on our copy of Freaky Friday revealed a poignant message from user ResQgeek: “Registered in memory of my daughter, who was tragically killed on 30 August 2010.” 
We’re sorry for your loss — and we’ll pass the book on!
— Petra

We love the idea of sharing books with others— whether by handing an friend books directly, secretly leaving books as gifts, or by leaving a favorite read somewhere for a stranger to find! 

nprbooks:

Someone left us a present!  A traveling copy of Freaky Friday (RIP, Mary Rodgers) with a very intriguing Post-it note on the cover, and a code written on the side:

Bookcrossing.com is a site that connects people through books — you catch a book, read it, release it again, and log it on the site with your comments. Entering the code on our copy of Freaky Friday revealed a poignant message from user ResQgeek: “Registered in memory of my daughter, who was tragically killed on 30 August 2010.” 

We’re sorry for your loss — and we’ll pass the book on!

— Petra

We love the idea of sharing books with others— whether by handing an friend books directly, secretly leaving books as gifts, or by leaving a favorite read somewhere for a stranger to find! 

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    I am in love with this idea. My next journey involves a traveling book mailbox.
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