The exchange of books is as follows: someone leaves a book in a public place so that they can read it and read the others and then do the same. BookCrossing is the same online process.
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BookcrossingRussian bookcrossers have united around the site Knigovorot.
But buccrossing is invented, of course, not in Russia, as, indeed, everything, Which later became international. In 2001, an American Ron Hornbaker, who decided to rake up his bookshelves a little, opened bookcrossing.com.
After six months on the site Registered for 300 people a day, and now there are 776 526 people from 130 countries. Bookcrossing is built on the simple principle of 'read - give to another.' The process of transferring bookcrossers on professional slang is called 'releasing a book'. Bookcross is easy. Take a book that you do not mind or liked so much that you really want to share it with someone, go to the 'Book', register yourself and register the book, after which it is assigned a code number. You download from the site stickers, which usually begin with the words 'Dear man! This book is not lost, it is part of the world-wide Bookcrossing Library. ' You enter the code number in this proclamation and glue all this case on the book. And then go, wherever you like - in the park, coffee shop, hotel, airport. Just do not forget to write information about when and where you left your book on the sticker. For example, the book was abandoned on May 8, 2009 at 15 hours 2 minutes 40 seconds in Neskuchny Garden, on the fifth right of the entrance to the bench under a large oak tree. So write. And on the 'Book', then do not forget to tell all the same things so that the hunters for the released books will know where and what to run.It is assumed that the person who finds the book, shows civil consciousness, reads the book, releases Her, leaving somewhere, after which she will inform about it at the 'Book', entering the code of the book and telling where and when she left it. The most conscious yet will write a review of what has been read.You can also read the catalog of freed books, find like-minded people and just ask questions by talking to the forum, to learn about the latest developments in the life of bookcrossers. True, they themselves complain that they have few events and that their movement in Russia is developing rather slowly. The amateurs of travel books place responsibility for this state of affairs on the janitors and homeless people who find books and use them clearly for other purposes. Well, of course, they do not inform about it at the 'Book'. Perhaps they are right - judge for yourself, all book hunters, according to the statistics of the 'Book', 13 442 people, they released 10 091 books, but found only 1507 books. And for the bookcracker, there is nothing more painful than not knowing about the fate of the book he has released.There are two ways of fighting against homeless people and wipers. Except how to leave a book in a place, you can negotiate with the owners of cafes, shops, hotels and create a so-called 'safe shelf.' With which one can take your favorite book, but in return you need to leave another.Still bookcrossers give books with bookring and bookray. It looks like this. You write in the forum on the 'Book' that you release such and such a book, and then people from different cities write to it in the queue and send their email to the e-mail. And here is Pupkin from Saratov, for example, who was the first in line, received a book, read it, and then sent Khryupkina from Taganrog. And so on. There is one minus - postage costs.In general, bookcrossers do their best to convert their readers to unrelated readers. From April 16 to May 7, 'Bookcrosser' held the first Russian bookcrossing marathon 'National bestseller'. The organizers of the marathon were sent on a trip to Moscow, eter, Nizhny Novgorod, Voronezh and Kazan, six books, included in the short list of the literary award 'National Bestseller'. This is the 'Tablet' by Herman Sadulayev, 'Steppe Gods' by Andrey Gelasimov, 'The Secret Life of St. Petersburg Monuments', 'Anomaly of Kamlaev' by Sergei Samsonov, 'Oil Venus' by Alexander Snegirev and 'Tankman' by Ilya Boyashov. In each city, the participants of the movement read books and left comments on them in the social network Vkontakte.
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