Leave A Surprise In A Library Book
Kindness sneak attack! Here’s a great RAK if you’re shy or looking to surprise someone with your same taste in literature.
Slipping a dollar bookmark in between the pages is an easy option, though there are tons of free routes to pursue as well. Write a positive message or draw a picture. Even something as simple as “You are awesome and I hope you have a fantastic day!” will be appreciated by a stranger.
Such a simple idea that could produce such meaningful results! Love this!
EllaGrace Clingerabout 1 month ago
I absolutely love this idea!
Linda Haskell-Sherman8 months ago
My husband and I turn 60 this year. We wnt to do this for our RAK day in June and September!
Lisa Jones8 months ago
A great idea would be to put treats in children's books.
Tina Tør10 months ago
Love this idea! In my country we have an online platform through which a lot of books can be borrowed (based on a subscription, a lot of employers offer it) and sometimes I find cool bookmarks left by the previous reader. This always makes me smile!
Aida Zoicanabout 1 year ago
I will do this once it is safe to travel to libraries. I love this idea!
Marivie Hilvanoover 1 year ago
Great idea can’t wait to try it.
Wendy Wollalmost 2 years ago
I will be doing this in my classroom library this week.
Julia Kahlabout 2 years ago
This is a great idea!
Kristine Tagueover 2 years ago
bookmarks with kindness messages
Dawn Craftsover 2 years ago
Layla Topeteabout 3 years ago
On my friend's 21st birthday, she wanted others to do RAKs instead of giving her presents. So my friends and I left 21 messages in random books in the library, and it was so fun! I'm sure there are still some to this day that haven't been seen. We put the date on the back as well so whoever finds it knows how long it has been waiting for them. :)
Brooke Larsonalmost 4 years ago
I leave 4-leaf clovers in cancer books
Ellen Taggartabout 4 years ago
Love it!!! I’ve seen inspirational quotes put into library books as well.
Karen Stephenabout 4 years ago