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  1. bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That’s the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It’s become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It’s serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people’s lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!
    bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That’s the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It’s become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It’s serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people’s lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!

    bookcrossing 
    n.  the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. 
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary 
     
    ThatÄôs the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. ItÄôs become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. ItÄôs serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. 
     
    BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. 
     
    BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change peopleÄôs lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. 
     
     
    Found a book? 
    See where it's been! 
     
    Have a book? 
    Release it! 
     
    Love a book? 
    Set it free!

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  2. bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That’s the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It’s become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It’s serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people’s lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!
    bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That’s the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It’s become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It’s serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people’s lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!

    bookcrossing 
    n.  the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. 
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary 
     
    ThatÄôs the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. ItÄôs become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. ItÄôs serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. 
     
    BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. 
     
    BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change peopleÄôs lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. 
     
     
    Found a book? 
    See where it's been! 
     
    Have a book? 
    Release it! 
     
    Love a book? 
    Set it free!

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  3. bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That's the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It's become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It's serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people's lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!
    bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That's the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It's become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It's serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people's lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!

    bookcrossing 
    n.  the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. 
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary 
     
    That's the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It's become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It's serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. 
     
    BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. 
     
    BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people's lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. 
     
     
    Found a book? 
    See where it's been! 
     
    Have a book? 
    Release it! 
     
    Love a book? 
    Set it free!

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  4. bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That's the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It's become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It's serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people's lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!
    bookcrossing n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. Concise Oxford English Dictionary That's the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It's become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It's serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people's lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. Found a book? See where it's been! Have a book? Release it! Love a book? Set it free!

    bookcrossing 
    n.  the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise. 
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary 
     
    That's the official word, but BookCrossing is much more than that. It's become a way of life, a passion and a global phenomenon. It's serendipity, good karma and random acts of kindness rolled into one. 
     
    BookCrossing has transformed lives through simple sharing of books. A vibrant international community has formed around this common cause, focused on a love of literature. 
     
    BookCrossing was conceived on the principle that two things can change people's lives: the books they read and the people they meet. It's a novel way to circulate books: no library card, no due date, no fines. 
     
     
    Found a book? 
    See where it's been! 
     
    Have a book? 
    Release it! 
     
    Love a book? 
    Set it free!

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  5. bookcrossing n. la pràctica de deixar un llibre a llocs públics per a que altes l'agafin i el llegeixin, i en facin el mateix. Concise Oxford English Dictionary Aquesta és la definició oficial, però BookCrossing és molt més que això. Ha esdevingut una filosofia de vida, una passió i un fenomen global. És casualitat, bon karma i actes aleatoris d'amabilitat, tot en u. BookCrossing ha transformat vides amb el simple fet de compartir llibres. S'ha format una comunitat internacional dinàmica al voltant d'aquesta causa comuna, centrada en l'amor a la literatura. BookCrossing està basat en la idea que dues coses poden canviar la vida de les persones: els llibres que llegeixen i la gent que coneixen. És una manera innovadora de fer circular llibres: sense carnet de biblioteca, sense data de retorn, sense multes. Has trobat un llibre? Mira per on ha circulat! Tens un llibre? Allibera'l! T'encanta un llibre? Deixa'l lliure!
    bookcrossing 
    n. la pràctica de deixar un llibre a llocs públics per a que altes l'agafin i el llegeixin, i en facin el mateix. 
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary 
     
    Aquesta és la definició oficial, però BookCrossing és molt més que això. Ha esdevingut una filosofia de vida, una passió i un fenomen global. És casualitat, bon karma i actes aleatoris d'amabilitat, tot en u. 
     
    BookCrossing ha transformat vides amb el simple fet de compartir llibres. S'ha format una comunitat internacional dinàmica al voltant d'aquesta causa comuna, centrada en l'amor a la literatura. 
     
    BookCrossing està basat en la idea que dues coses poden canviar la vida de les persones: els llibres que llegeixen i la gent que coneixen. És una manera innovadora de fer circular llibres: sense carnet de biblioteca, sense data de retorn, sense multes. 
     
     
    Has trobat un llibre? 
    Mira per on ha circulat! 
     
    Tens un llibre? 
    Allibera'l! 
     
    T'encanta un llibre? 
    Deixa'l lliure!
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  6. bookcrossing n. la pràctica de deixar un llibre a llocs públics per a que altes l'agafin i el llegeixin, i en facin el mateix. Concise Oxford English Dictionary Aquesta és la definició oficial, però BookCrossing és molt més que això. Ha esdevingut una filosofia de vida, una passió i un fenomen global. És casualitat, bon karma i actes aleatoris d'amabilitat, tot en u. BookCrossing ha transformat vides amb el simple fet de compartir llibres. S'ha format una comunitat internacional dinàmica al voltant d'aquesta causa comuna, centrada en l'amor a la literatura. BookCrossing està basat en la idea que dues coses poden canviar la vida de les persones: els llibres que llegeixen i la gent que coneixen. És una manera innovadora de fer circular llibres: sense carnet de biblioteca, sense data de retorn, sense multes. Has trobat un llibre? Mira per on ha circulat! Tens un llibre? Allibera'l! T'encanta un llibre? Deixa'l lliure!
    bookcrossing 
    n. la pràctica de deixar un llibre a llocs públics per a que altes l'agafin i el llegeixin, i en facin el mateix. 
    Concise Oxford English Dictionary 
     
    Aquesta és la definició oficial, però BookCrossing és molt més que això. Ha esdevingut una filosofia de vida, una passió i un fenomen global. És casualitat, bon karma i actes aleatoris d'amabilitat, tot en u. 
     
    BookCrossing ha transformat vides amb el simple fet de compartir llibres. S'ha format una comunitat internacional dinàmica al voltant d'aquesta causa comuna, centrada en l'amor a la literatura. 
     
    BookCrossing està basat en la idea que dues coses poden canviar la vida de les persones: els llibres que llegeixen i la gent que coneixen. És una manera innovadora de fer circular llibres: sense carnet de biblioteca, sense data de retorn, sense multes. 
     
     
    Has trobat un llibre? 
    Mira per on ha circulat! 
     
    Tens un llibre? 
    Allibera'l! 
     
    T'encanta un llibre? 
    Deixa'l lliure!
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