Saturday, May 9, 2009

Book crossing

Book crossing corner at the Malacarne. Isn't it a brilliant idea to use that old fancy fridge as a book case (if you enlarge the photo you may be able to read the writing "book crossing" scribbled on the fridge door) and the hair dryer cask as a lamp? 
Have you ever done book crossing?

10 comments:

homebody at heart said...

Hi Valeria,

That is too cute! I think in the USA we call it a book exchange. People leave a book and take another. Is that what a book crossing is?

lakeviewer said...

This takes recycling to new digs.

nobu said...

Very interesting.
Old electric products have gotten new life.

That is the chicken said...

Yes I've done book crossing! Lots of fun! Have you? This isone of the most inviting book crossing corners I've seen.

henny said...

What is book crossing? Is it like Homebody at Heart said? It's interesting.

joo said...

Idea is splendid! Very nice place also:) I would love to to it, but here is not very popular:(

Kitty said...

ha. I love the old fashioned fridges.
Nice to see it didn't wind up in a landfill

lunarossa said...

Hi Valeria, I've been doing book crossing for a while but I've never found a book. I'm so proud that one of my books is Malta now via London, Girona, Palermo!!! Ciao. A.

Babzy said...

Very good idea but never experiment myself :)

Paul said...

I have left a book, but I have never found one. I think the idea is great.

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