Sep 27, 2006 | News | 0 comments

The Starbucks coffee chain has honored "For One More Day" by making it the first book selection its stores will carry nationwide. Beginning October 3rd, "For One More Day" will be available in nearly every Starbucks across America, as will reading guides and suggested questions about the book. It is Starbucks’ hope that customers will pick up Albom’s novel, read it, and come back with a book group to discuss its story and characters.

On October 26th, Starbucks will coordinate a nationwide event in which book groups in the 25 largest cities in America will come to a selected Starbucks to discuss "For One More Day". It may be the largest book club meeting in history!


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