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Just when you thought she couldn't get any cooler, Emma Watson spent the day leaving feminist literature on the Tube.
If you’re in London keep your eyes peeled for a surprise on the tube tomorrow… #OurSharedShelf #Mom&Me&Mom @BooksUndergrnd — Emma Watson (@Emma Watson)
As part of the Books on the Underground initiative, which since 2012 has had 'book fairies' place novels around the London Underground to encourage commuters to read: about 150 each week.
The Harry Potter actress left about 100 copies of her chosen novel, with personalised messages inside.
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100 copies, for 400 million commuters to fight over.
Watson, who is also the UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, recently began a feminist book club Our Shared Shelf: an open group which holds meetings and discussions through Goodreads.
The novel she left out today was this month's choice: Mom & Me & Mom, the seventh and final autobiographical installment from the great, late poet Maya Angelou.
People are pretty excited about Watson's latest venture...
Emma Watson was on the tube line I take today hiding books for people to find and the fact that I could have seen her just makes my life — ▲ S C O T T Y ☜ (@▲ S C O T T Y ☜)
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