On a humid Tuesday morning, housewife Petra Sander and author Sharlene Teo traipsed across Singapore, leaving books in their wake.
They left copies of Teo's new novel Ponti on ledges in Kampong Glam and tables at the National University of Singapore. They placed one beside the sculpture Man On The Bench, himself perusing a book, in front of Capitol Tower in Robinson Road.
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