How you can be a stay home 'book ninja' with Books On The Move

  • Books
  • Thursday, 15 Oct 2020

The 'book drops' from Books On the Move Malaysia will resume once the pandemic situation improves and when it is safe to hide books in public places. Photo: Books On The Move Malaysia

Picture this: you’re on your usual way back from work on the LRT, or having a drink in a cafe. Or maybe you’re having a walk through a mall.

And then you see it. A book, unattended, just lying there by itself. Your first impulse is someone left it behind. But a sticker on the cover removes all doubt: this book has been left here on purpose, by a local literary group.

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