Sisterhood of the Traveling Book

A borderless friendship united by poetry. Follow the journey of our traveling book!

Rupi Kaur

Oakland, California

Kauai

Ogden, Utah

Anjali

Carrollton, Texas

Casey

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Anika

Alpharetta, Georgia

Gracie

Charlotte, North Carolina

How to track the book's journey

Click a pin on the map above to explore who has received the book and the town/city it visited. home body started in California by Rupi adding a love note, wrapping it up, and shipping it on to the next sister. Check-in here regularly to follow where the book is going and the unique additions each sister adds. Follow Rupi on Instagram for even more updates on the traveling book :)

The Initiative

Have you ever flipped through a pre-loved book and fallen in love the notes left behind by the previous owner? The best part about secondhand books is discovering these scribbles and inscriptions. For the first time, Rupi's third book home body is going on a big adventure! Over the next few months, one very special copy of home body will be traveling across the United States and into the hands of special readers. They will have the chance to read, reflect, and write notes directly onto its pages. They can doodle in it, colour in an illustration, write a love note to the next reader, press flowers onto their favourite page. Each will leave their unique mark and then when they're done: the book gets passed along to the next!

Where to next?

To all Rupi's readers around the world: we haven't forgotten about you. The sisterhood of the traveling book will be making its way across the seas one day. We promise!!!! Until then - follow the first journey of the traveling book with us right here on rupikaur.com

About home body

Rupi's third book of poetry, home body, walks readers through a reflective and intimate journey visiting the past, the present, and the potential of the self. home body is a collection of raw, honest conversations with oneself – reminding readers to fill up on love, acceptance, community, family, and embrace change. Illustrated by the author, themes of nature and nurture, light and dark, rest here.



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