Frequently Asked Questions
What are wandering books? How can I get my hands on one?
Beginning in mid-July, MHC and its partners will release 250+ copies of our One Maryland One Book (OMOB) selection, King Peggy, in nine communities: Calvert, Charles, Frederick, Harford, Queen Anne’s, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, Talbot and Washington Counties.
We will post clues to their locations throughout the summer via Twitter
. If you find a copy, log on to Bookcrossing.com
to register it, read the book, and then release it back into the world for the next reader to enjoy.
Hint hint!! Click here
to view some recently posted clues!
What’s in it for me?
Wandering Books is an enjoyable, free and fun way to read a new book, participate in One Maryland One Book, and it’s a contest! Readers who register a wandering book on Bookcrossing.com
will be automatically entered to win a $25 Barnes and Noble gift card. Four winners will be drawn in late September.
I found a wandering book and read it. What do I do next?
and enter the code number found inside the cover. This is a FREE site, no paid membership is required. Post your review or reflections on the book (feel free to share your thoughts on social media as well) and then release it back into the world!
I didn’t find a wandering book, but I want to join a discussion and/or submit a review.
I want to post a review, but I’m not sure what to say.
The Reader's Guide found on the How to Participate
page can provide you with lots of jumping off points via discussion questions, other reviews, and more.