It’s time to celebrate the achievements of women!!!!!
Hollywood actress Emmy Watson celebrated the International Women’s day in a very unique way. To celebrate the day she visited multiple historic sights and dropping off the copies of works by women authors.
She and her “Book Fairies” left books like ‘How to Be a Woman’ by Caitlin Moran, ‘My Life on the Road’ by Gloria Steinem, Mom & Me & Mom’ by Maya Angelou, Half The Sky’ by Sheryl WuDunn and Nicholas Kristof, and ‘The Color Purple’ by Alice Walker around London as well as in multiple countries around the world including India, Italy, Norway, France, Argentina, Canada, Japan and Australia.
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Moreover, the books also include a handwritten note by The beauty and beast actress, Watson. She wrote that she hoped the reader would enjoy the book and also urged them to leave it in public place afterwards for others.
People started reporting that they found books at places including the Crossbones Graveyard, in South London, The British Library and the Orto Botanico in Milan.
Watson remained mostly undercover throughout International Women’s Day, but couldn’t help but make time for a fan who spotted the celeb outside Blue Stockings Bookstore.
“The idea is make people love reading again and to spread the love, like random acts of kindness,” she said.