Left Behind

At the bus stop this morning, there were two paperback books left behind. Just as a few weeks ago, someone left two children’s books there.

At least, these books found a home. Another bus rider took the High Adventure novel. By the time I returned home, the Clancy novel was gone.

Although I don’t recommend leaving stuff and hoping that someone will take it, I’m glad that someone got the books. Leaving books on top of the newspaper rack is littering.

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    Bellen said,

    There is a web site called Bookcrossing that encourages people to leave books, with a specific site noted, for someone else to read.

    I think I prefer donating to a Veterans center or hospital, retirement community or your local charity.


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