1001 Books: Take part in the Empathy Museum’s new project!

1001 Books

Is there a book – one you absolutely love – that you would like to share with someone you’ve never met?

The internationally acclaimed Empathy Museum is asking 1001 people to donate a book to a unique pop-up library called A THOUSAND AND ONE BOOKS, which will appear at the London International Festival of Theatre in June, then tour in the UK and internationally.

To take part, you simply need to visit this website. You’ll be asked to give the name of your book, why you love it, and donate £10, which will be used to buy it from an independent bookshop.

Your book will then appear in the library with your dedication on the cover, where it can be read, borrowed, passed on or left on a park bench for a stranger. You’ll be able to track your book’s journey online as it travels the world, and find out who read it and what they thought of it.

I’ve just donated a book – Theodore Zeldin’s beautiful, witty and humane masterpiece, An Intimate History of Humanity.

I’d be so grateful if you would be a part of this project – we’d love to have your book in the library!

Roman Krznaric

Founder, The Empathy Museum

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