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10 Great American Books to Read this Independence Day

Happy Independence Day to all our American friends! To follow-up our list of 10 Great Canadian Books for Canada Day, here’s our list of 10 American books for our neighbours to the south — a couple of which are available as Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guides, too. In hindsight, we realize a number of these books are fairly daunting (and occasionally post-apocalyptic, or at least dystopian), but they will surely leave you feeling grateful for the freedoms we enjoy today.


Bookclub-in-a-Box is blowing into the Windy City this week

UPDATE, 6 p.m.: The live feed has now ended. Thanks for watching.

UPDATE, 4:45 p.m.: Good news! We’ve just been provided with a livestreaming link where you can watch Marilyn’s presentation. Just follow this link to watch at 5 p.m. EST.

Marilyn Herbert, founder of Bookclub-in-a-Box, hosts reading discussions with book clubs on a regular basis, but this week, she’ll be blowing into the Windy City for one of her most diverse discussions yet. Chicago’s Adler School of Professional Psychology has invited Marilyn to be a featured speaker this Thursday, March 3, as part of the school’s year-long Common Book Program. For this program, the school’s staff and students were given one important book to discuss throughout the year from various perspectives.