What is ShelterBox Book Club North America?
ShelterBox Book Club North America is a community of people who all share the love of a quality read.
Every two months, ShelterBox teams carefully select a compelling story from around the world for Book Club members to read. You’ll receive an emails with information on our current book!
It’s free to join Book Club, by joining today you will gain access to our ShelterBox Book Club North America Facebook Group for interactive discussion, Q&A with authors, highlights from response team members, and more! Read along at your own pace and join the discussion online.
When it comes to getting our ShelterBox Book Club read, we encourage our members to buy from local and Canadian bookshops where possible or head to your local library.
With every story you read, you’ll be transforming the lives of disaster-hit families. You can support families around the world by also choosing to make a monthly donation while participating in Book Club. For a monthly donation of $10 or more, you will receive an exclusive ShelterBox bookmark as a thank you for your donation, while providing communities with emergency shelter.
Sign Up for Book Club for Free Today
Make your membership matter
With every story you read, you’ll be transforming the lives of disaster-hit families.
Join a unique community of book lovers for free today and help disaster-hit families by making a monthly donation with every book you read.
Together we are changing lives. Your monthly contribution will ensure families left homeless after disaster receive the tools they need to rebuild and recover. For a monthly donation of $10 or more, you will receive an exclusive ShelterBox bookmark all while providing communities with emergency shelter.
Our Current Book
By Zora Neale Hurston
In 1927, Zora Neale Hurston went to Plateau, Alabama, just outside Mobile, to interview eighty-six-year-old Cudjo Lewis. Of the millions of enslaved people stolen from Africa to America, Cudjo was then the only person alive to tell the story of this integral part of the nation’s history. Hurston was there to record Cudjo’s firsthand account of the raid that led to his capture and bondage fifty years after enslaving people was outlawed in the United States. Barracoon illustrates the horrific tragedy of slavery and how one’s life is forever impacted by it.
Sign up for ShelterBox Book Club North America today to join our community of book lovers.