Travelling Book in Fukuoka

Wouldn’t you like to read Melleron’s Monsters by Douglas Hill? If you do, you will find a free copy of the book at the Fukuoka Airport in Japan.

This is where I will release it into the wild.

Travelling books Japan

Travelling Book in Fukuoka

Once we arrive at Fukuoka Airport in Japan, I plan to release the following book The Science of Hitting by Ted Williams and John Underwood.

This book is about American baseball and I have no idea how it found its way into my little library in Germany. The Japanese like baseball, so it might be appreciated.

Travelling Books Japan

If you do find the book, let me know. Chances are 1 : 1.000.000, but that’s the fun part.

Travelling Book in Seoul

I guess Incheon International Airport in Seoul is just as good as any other place to release a book.

The children’s book Sam Pig and His Fiddle by Alison Uttley, to be released in the waiting area of the airport somewhere, might shorten the time for some little ones.

Travelling Books Korea

Enjoy reading and leave it for others.

Travelling Book in Seoul

Whenever I travel, I carry books with me. There are always moments of involuntary waits, a need for physical rest, or just for killing time between flights.

Once I am finished with the book,  I no longer what to lug it around. This is when I release them with the link to this post, inviting the finder to leave a comment.

But like others, I have come to enjoy the release just as much as the reading for pleasure. Today, I went through my library and pulled out books, of which I don’t even know how they ended up in my home.

This one is about Virginia Tech Football by Chris Colston:

Virginia Tech Football

To the finder of this book, please release it again for others to read.

Travelling Book in England

Here goes another book to be sent off into the Wild West next to the continent. While we are in Southampton, I plan on releasing a few more  for some finders, keepers.

Eleanor the Queen, written by Norah Lofts, is the story of a brilliant medieval princess, who led her own knights to the Crusades (dislike), was bride to two kings, and mother of Richard the Lionheart.

It is a good historical novel.

If you find this book along the streets, cafés or restaurants of Southampton, then please drop me a line under comment. Would love to hear from you.

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