2022 Nantucket Book Clubs Information

Nantucket Book Clubs is a new project created by Nantucket Book Partners (Mitchell’s and Bookworks) to connect and collaborate with the Nantucket community. We reached out to nonprofits, businesses, and community members to pick books to read and discuss together in 2022 according to their missions and interests. Our 2022 Book Clubs focus on grief, leadership, climate change, connection, community, diversity, and much more. All readers are welcome, both on island and off island, with zoom links and a virtual component possible.

Save 10% on the book picks by using coupon code ACKBOOKCLUB at https://www.nantucketbookpartners.com/2022-nantucket-book-clubs or just mention it in the stores. We hope you consider buying the books from us and supporting your local bookshops as we continue to support the literary needs of our community members and organizations.

If you would like to join a specific book club, email allofus@nantucketbookpartners.com and we will make sure you get the information.  Dates and times are subject to change. For up to the minute book news, sign up for the Nantucket Book Partners' Book Blast >>> tinyurl.com/3yf2bkbk

The 2022 Nantucket Book Clubs are:

A Safe Place Nantucket  - Playing Dead A Memoir of Terror and Survival by Monique Faisson Ross
led by Suzanne Fronzuto & Kathy Butterworth
Tuesday March 8 4:30 - 5:30PM at Nantucket Atheneum
Nantucket Safe Harbor for Animals NiSHA - The Speckled Beauty A Dog and His People by Rick Bragg
led by Jillian Lucchini + Jessica Sosebee
Discussion upstairs at Mitchell's and virtual on Thursday March 10 at 6PM
Remain Nantucket + Nantucket Conservation – The Story of More: How We Got to Climate Change and Where to Go From Here by Hope Jahren
Discussion in person and virtual at Remain Office 58 Main Street Second Floor
on Tuesday March 15 at 4PM
* 25 free copies available at Mitchell’s courtesy of Remain and NCF 
email info@remainantucket.org to join the club
Spanish Speaking Book Club - Violeta by Isabel Allende 
led by Jill Surprenant and Sindy Rivera
Discussion in person and virtual at NHS Library on Thursday March 24 at 7PM
Nantucket Book Foundation - Read Dangerously by Azar Nafisi
led by Annye Camara
Wednesday April 13 at 5:30PM
Upstairs at Mitchell's AND virtual
Email info@nantucketbookfestival.org to sign up
Nantucket Historical Association - Disturber of Tradition by Barbara Ann White
led by the author and Ashley Santos
Thursday April 21 at 5:30PM 
Nantucket Historical Association
Past Book Clubs earlier this year
Nantucket Land Council - The RiverKeepers: Two Activists Fight to Reclaim our Environment as a Basic Human Right by John Cronin and Robert F Kennedy Jr
led by RJ Turcotte, NLC Waterkeeper
Discussion upstairs at Mitchell's on Wednesday February 9th at 11AM
Tim Talks Books - To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara
led by Tim Ehrenberg
Discussion upstairs at Mitchell's and virtual on Thursday February 10 at 6PM
The Disordered Cosmos by Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
led by Charity Grace Mofsen
Discussion at Mitchell's Book Corner on Saturday February 12 at 10AM
Inquirer and Mirror Book Club - The Salt Path by Raynor Winn
led by Marianne Stanton
Thursday February 24
5PM - 6:30PM
See the new Inquirer and Mirror Harry B Turner Conference Room and enjoy refreshments from 5 - 5:30PM. Book Discussion from 5:30PM - 6:30PM. 
1 Old South Road
*The discussion will be held in the Inquirer and Mirror's Harry B. Turner conference room.
Register for this event with an email to newsroom@inkym.com with your name, email and phone number and to receive a free copy of "The Salt Path," by Raynor Wynn.
Books will be available (while supplies last) to pick up at The Inquirer and Mirror by January 17th.