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The Hunger Games
by Suzanne Collins | Teens
Registered by tobysrus of Cambridge, Massachusetts USA on 4/27/2012
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status (set by tobysrus): travelling

This book is in the wild! This Book is Currently in the Wild!

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Journal Entry 1 by tobysrus from Cambridge, Massachusetts USA on Friday, April 27, 2012

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Dear Reader,

You are holding in your hands one of the free books especially printed for World Book Night, handed out on April 23, 2012, by thousands of volunteers in communities across America as a celebration of the joy of books and reading.

We hope you will seek out more books and there is no better place to do so than in a bookstore or library. If you’d like to share your thoughts abut this book, or just learn more about World Book Night US, visit

Additionally, this is a traveling book, traveling around the world making new friends. Please go to where you can make a journal entry with my BookCrossing ID (BCID). You will see where I’ve been, and my old friends will be happy to see I’m safe here in your hands. Then, help keep my dream alive – READ AND RELEASE me!

Journal Entry 2 by tobysrus at Davis Sq. T stop, Holland St. exit in Somerville, Massachusetts USA on Saturday, April 28, 2012

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Released 6 yrs ago (4/28/2012 UTC) at Davis Sq. T stop, Holland St. exit in Somerville, Massachusetts USA


Welcome to BookCrossing!

Please make a journal entry to let me know that this book has been caught so I know that it has found a good home with you. If you are new to BookCrossing, when you join please indicate that you were referred by tobysrus. I hope that you enjoy the book. You can make another journal entry with your comments when you are done reading.

Then, whenever you are ready to send it on its way, make a journal entry if you are giving or sending this book to a known person, or a release note if you are leaving it “in the wild” again for anyone to catch. Then watch its journey. You’ll be alerted by e-mail each time someone makes another journal entry. And it’s confidential (you are known only by your screen name and no one is ever given your e-mail address), free, and spam-free.

I hope that you will enjoy the BookCrossing experience!

PS And if you find yourself liking BookCrossing, Boston has an active group of BookCrossers who meet monthly; the second Tuesday of the month at Algiers (40 Brattle St, Cambridge - Harvard Square, 2nd floor).
Handed out to passersby in front of the T station. 

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