Don't forget to order your supplies for this year's International BookCrossing Day (April 21)! The last day to order them is March 25, because we'll need time to get them to you before the big day arrives. And this year's labels were designed by Azuki and they're great. So don't miss out, get your orders in while you can!
what can I do if I want to read again a book that I have already released? o que é queeu posso fazer se quiser voltar a ler um livro que já libertei?
I generally avoid releasing books that I think I'll want to read again - or else I'll look for inexpensive copies of those books so that I can have some to release and some to keep. But once in a while I'll release a book and only later decide that I want to re-read it, or want to give a copy to a friend, etc. If it's just a matter of re-reading it myself, I'll see if my library has a copy, but if I want another copy to share I'll check the online sites for inexpensive copies. (Better World Books is one with free international shipping - you can find a link to it on the "affiliates" page under the "store" tab.)
If you released your copy in an OBCZ or other book-swap shelf, it's possible that it's still there, or was read and returned to the same place, so you can swing by and see; there's nothing wrong with reclaiming your own wild-released book if you want to. But you can never count on a released book remaining in the same spot for long!
Or you could release it as a Book ring..... you send on to someone who wants to read it who passes it on etc etc and you eventually get it back. (I think it's a book ring - as opposed to a book ray where it just gets passed on and on and on......)