We all love free books. Whether they are gifts from our best friends, titles we’ve won in giveaways, or hand-me-downs from siblings and parents who insist you “have to read this”.
However, how many of us have found books in the street? Propped up against statues, or waiting a bus stop, with a handwritten note stating that this lonely paperback is “free to a good home”?
Book nerds worldwide would rejoice at such a find.
Book blogger, Amber runs the youtube channel ‘The Mile Long Bookshelf’ and teamed up with Walker to spread around a little joy in the form of ‘The Sky Is Everywhere’ by Jandy Nelson.
Challenged to leave 5 copies of Jandy Nelson’s wonderful novel in random locations around where she lives, Amber travels from local landmarks to hospitals and bus stops to make some bookish individual’s day.
Check out the full video above and get inspired.
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