Book lovers get creative for #bookfaceFriday

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Just like in the video above, you know it can be difficult to try and bond with somebody over books if they clearly have no interest. That's where #bookfaceFriday comes in.

If you are unfamiliar, bookface is when you strategically line up your face with the cover of a book, thus becoming part of the cover. Clearly, the best ones are staged and planed to perfection.

The bookface hashtag started back in 2014 when Morgan Holzer was "inspired by the viral success of Sleeveface, a record cover photo meme created by Carl Morris, a D.J. in Wales." She told the New York Times back in May that she wanted to create something that the libraries wanted to participate in.

We rounded up some of our favorite posts and listed them below!

Happy #bookfacefriday! We love @jmcmurtrie's awesome #bookface of Hanya Yanagihara's A Little Life. 📖😎

A photo posted by The New York Public Library (@nypl) on

Gler oss til å møte Kari Nygård og Gaute Sortland på #litterærsalong her på biblioteket 31. august!

A photo posted by Tysvær folkebibliotek (@tysverbibliotek) on

Happy #bookfacefriday! Hope your weekend is just ducky!! #bookface #cplbookface #library @cityofchandler

A photo posted by Chandler Library (@chandlerlibrary) on

I saved my favorite for last. Cleese. @johncleese #bookfacefriday #Tucson

A photo posted by Pima County Public Library (@pimacountylibrary) on



Hopefully these sparked some imagination! Find your favorite book and upload your #bookfaceFriday post to Instagram!

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