HYDE PARK — Former President Jimmy Carter will be in Hyde Park on July 24 signing copies of his new book.
Starting at noon on July 24, Carter will start signing copies of “A Full Life” at the Seminary Cooperative Bookstore, 5751 S. Woodlawn Ave., but organizers caution that the 39th president won’t be available to do much more than sign his name.
People can line up as early as at 8:30 a.m. to meet Carter, but the bookstore is cautioning that there will be several rules to observe for those who want to get to the front of the line.
The bookstore is warning that Carter will only sign copies of his new memoir and will not make personal inscriptions, but will sign up to five books per person.
There will be an area to take pictures, but the bookstore warned that the Nobel Peace Prize winner would not pose for photos.
Meeting Carter will be on a first-come first-served basis and people must have a copy of “A Full Life” with a receipt from the cooperative to get a place in line. There will be no reserved spots in line.
For a full list of the conditions around the former president’s visit to the bookstore, visit semcoop.com/president-carter-faq.
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