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Book Fairy Emma Watson Has Hidden Free Copies Of ‘Little Women’ All Over London

By Georgie Hoole

Book Fairy Emma Watson Has Hidden Free Copies Of ‘Little Women’ All Over London

One of the famous book fairies has been caught!

That’s right, Emma Watson has been spotted running around the city on behalf of The Book Fairies, who hide books in public spots for people to find. This week, Watson has been hiding copies of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel ‘Little Women’ and if you hunt one down, it’s yours for free.

 

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If you hadn’t heard, Little Women has been adapted into a film starring Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen and, of course, Emma Watson. Directed by Greta Gerwig, the movie has already had some rave reviews from critics, boasting an enviable 97% on Rotten Tomatoes.

⭐️ Get your hands on exclusive, discounted tickets to see the film in cinemas. ⭐️

 

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To celebrate its release next week (on December 26), the Harry Potter star has been hiding the books in obscure places all over the city, such as by the Amy Winehouse statue in Camden, the Suffragette Memorial in Christchurch Gardens and the Mary Seacole statue on the South Bank. (Can you spot the theme?) Each book will have a little note from the actress so you know it was hidden by her.

 

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Emma’s London mission is part of a wider campaign with Book Fairies, who are hiding 2,000 copies of Louisa May Alcott’s classic across 38 countries. Follow the hashtag #LWBookFairies to keep up to date with their adventures!

Loved the book and can’t wait to see the film? Book your tickets ahead of the launch on Boxing Day!


Also published on Medium.

Tags: book, cinema, film