The book produced after inputting "AA" into the generator.

The TWOW πŸ“• gen (commonly referred to as the booksona generator) is a tool made by Cary's brother, Michael, that produces book images depending on an inputted name.


The TWOW πŸ“• gen lets users input a name and will find the colors corresponding to the first two characters of that name. Each letter produces its own color cycling through the rainbow, "A" being a shade of red, "M" being cyan, and "Z" being rose.

The generator will then produce a book image from the colors and six other external images. The first three are for books with a face and limbs, the other three are for blank books. Users can select whether the book should have a face and limbs or not.


  • When inspecting the JavaScript in the page, there is a comment reading:Β 
    // This is dedicated to Meester Tweester
    within the updateBookΒ function.
  • When putting the textures with the sides of the book together, there is a distinct line running through the center.
  • Characters with a hexadecimal value of 10000 (decimal value of 65,536) or higher will start to produce two different colors. This is due to astral characters' composition of two characters.
  • After selecting "Blank," the user cannot revert until the page is reloaded.
    • This is due to the code erroneously trying to use:
      faceEnabled = checks[0].getAttribute('checked');
      which returns an empty string, unlike:
      faceEnabled = checks[0].checked;
      in the checkChanged function.
  • Depending on the browser, the generated image may have miscolored limbs and no outline. This is due to a lack of support for compositing operations.