Hello everybody ! We are done for this turn.
First, we had to release a book "on the edge". Difficult for us to find something to make the difference... until I realized that, with a french accent as beautiful as mine, "edge" is the same word than "hedge". That's why we released a book on the edge of the hedge.
The book is "Ce que vivent les roses" of Mary Higgins Clark. The english title of the book is : "Let Me Call You Sweetheart". But if you really translate the french title in english, it is : "What roses live". Roses... Flowers... Exactly what you expect to find on the edge of a beautiful hedge (but perhaps more in spring than now...).
All the details of the book and the pictures are here : http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11384401
Second, we had to collect the reds. We thought about all those very well-known reds : Staline, Lenin, Trotsky, Marx... But, as we couldn't find them, we just thought about the communist party. And there is a local section of the PCF (French Communist Party) in Vitry-sur-Seine, where I live. That's how we chose the location of the release.
For the book, we chose a RED book called "150 petites expériences de psychologie pour mieux comprendre nos semblables", which means "150 small psychology experiences to understand better our fellows". Just because when you want to be a good politician, you have to learn a bit of psychology.
All the details and pictures here : http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11196895
NB And I wrote a star-shaped note ! (not red, because of the red book, but I wrote it with my red pen...).