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    Emma Watson Is Secretly Leaving Books With Handwritten Notes On The London Tube

    It's all a part of her feminist book club, y'all.

    Back in January, actor and UN Goodwill Ambassador for Women Emma Watson started a feminist book club, and she invited her 23 million Twitter followers to join.

    The club is called Our Shared Shelf, and so far they've read feminist classics from authors like bell hooks, along with memoirs from women like Carrie Brownstein and Caitlin Moran.

    Our Shared Shelf

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    The club's latest selection is Maya Angelou's Mom and Me and Mom.

    @emmawatson / Via instagram.com

    The last of the author's seven autobiographies, it chronicles Angelou's fraught and complicated relationship with her mother.

    To get people excited for the book, she took to hiding copies of the book around the London tube. Emma hid the books in conjunction with the Books on the Underground project, which encourages people to read and share books on the tube. Each copy includes a handwritten note from her inside.

    @emmawatson / Via instagram.com

    You guys, A HANDWRITTEN NOTE FROM EMMA WATSON.

    @booksontheunderground / Via instagram.com

    Here she is sneakily hiding one on an escalator railing. How frickin' cute!

    In total, Watson's hidden 100 books in various locations around the underground.

    @booksontheunderground / Via Instagram: @booksontheunderground

    So Londoners, what are you waiting for? Find those books!

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