2. She uses old ones friends give her and abandoned works she finds while walking around Seattle.
“These are books nobody wants and books that are kind of falling apart,” Ouzman told BuzzFeed News. “I’m fixing them. Otherwise they would just be in a landfill somewhere.”
4. The 22-year-old describes herself as shy and said that as a kid, books were her escape.
“I just kind of withdrew and read a lot of books,” she said, explaining her personal attachment to them. “When I see a book thrown away that way, it kind of does something to me.”
H/T Daily of the Day
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