SHELTERBOX BOOK CLUB

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Discover themes, cultures and stories inspired by people and places around the world

WHAT IS SHELTERBOX BOOK CLUB?


ShelterBox Book Club International is a new way to explore the countries we work in, and the people who live there.

Each month, we’ll select a book that reveals and reflects the lives and realities of the countries we’ve had the privilege of deploying to. We’ll post that information here and send you an email with some background information on this month’s book and a link to purchase the it.

Throughout the month, join us here on Facebook for insightful discussion moderated by our team of readers. You’ll also get dedicated Q&A with authors, videos, discussion with Response Team Members, and more!

Read along at your own pace and join the discussion online – but no spoilers! Learn more about life in the communities we’ve served while connecting with fellow ShelterBox enthusiasts.

Join the Conversation


To make the most out of the Global ShelterBox Book Club, be sure to join the conversation on Facebook!

The Facebook group is your opportunity to dive deeper and learn more. You’ll participate in discussion about the book and what you’ve just read, but you’ll also get to learn more about the people and places inspired by these books. You’ll get to hear from different authors about different perspectives and experiences. And you’ll receive first hand stories from ShelterBox members who’ve traveled around the world, visiting these countries to deliver aid.

After signing up below, you’ll receive a password to gain access to the Facebook group – we look forward to reading with you!

WHAT WE READ?


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Join the ShelterBox Book Club today to receive impactful stories and support disaster relief around the world!

STORIES OF RECOVERY


Rebuilding After Flooding

When heavy rains damaged her home in 2019, Behula didn’t know how she was going to protect her family or rebuild her home. Then Behula received a shelter kit.

Life in Minawao Camp

Esther saw her family getting slaughtered by Boko Haram. She escaped, settling in Minawao camp and becoming a seamstress.

RUNNING FROM THE CONFLICT IN SYRIA

Seven-year-old Fatima’s family has been displaced many times because of the violence in Syria. She now lives in a camp with her mother Samira and her great-grandmother.

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