Are you cooped up inside and looking for something to do? If you are part of the Salem, MA History Exchange on Facebook you can join in on their virtual book club. It’s coming up, but you still have time to catch up if you want to participate. Details are per Facebook.
“CALLING ALL SALEM HISTORY LOVERS! We are all stuck at home, so why not read a book?! Amanda Eddy and History by the Sea (Jen Ratliff) are thrilled to announce that we are going to attempt a first ever Salem History Exchange VIRTUAL BOOK CLUB!
Over the next two (2) weeks, join us in reading Caroline Howard King’s “When I Lived in Salem 1822-1866.” This memoir takes a nostalgic journey through King’s childhood in Salem in the early 19th century. Caroline’s adventures, lessons, and favorite local haunts will have you unable to put this book down!
Read a digital copy or purchase a print copy by clicking on the links below and get reading! Join us Thursday, May 14 at 6 pm for a live stream discussion. Jen and Amanda will ask the discussion questions, and YOU give us your thoughts and opinions. We’ll share them with the group and give everyone a chance to chime in through the comments section. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Amanda Eddy through messenger.
This is exclusive to Salem History Exchange members. Read the ebook book from HaithiTrust. (Click on the link, scroll down to “Viewability” and then under “Item Link”, click “Full View.”) Shop local and buy a print copy from Higginson Book Company.”
This virtual book club takes place on May 14, 2020 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Enjoy!! <3
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