City Reads Book Swap Boxes offer 'books for everyone'
Brighton Festival and Quercus have collaborated with City Reads 2017 to get more people in Brighton & Hove reading: for free! Several Book Swap Boxes throughout Brighton & Hove from March until May will allow everyone to informally and anonymously share books, inspired by crime writer William Shaw’s ‘homemade’ box of his own.
These exciting Book Swap Boxes give you the chance to engage with reading for free, in a fun and rewarding way. Improve your memory and reduce stress by reading new books and expanding your knowledge.
City Reads will be posting the box locations via their website and various social media channels; City Readers are encouraged to take a book, leave a book, read a book and share!
A number of copies of this year’s City Reads choice The Handsworth Times by Sharon Duggal will be in each box. Books by two of Quercus’ best-selling authors – Brighton residents William Shaw and Elly Griffiths – will also be found in the Book Swap Boxes. William Shaw’s own box is located at Redwood Café, and Elly Griffith’s box at Pavilion Gardens Café.