For those looking for a story all about the bonds of family, The Brightest Sun should be the latest addition to your bookshelf. Featuring three very unique women as they struggle to deal with relationships, motherhood, and their role as women. About The Brightest Sun: An illuminating debut following three women in sub-Saharan Africa as… Read More »
Everyone needs a fresh start sometimes. Here are 6 books about overcoming hardships and beginning life anew. What books have helped you move on from hardship? Let us know in the comments section!
Taurus (April 21–May 21) Taurus is the second sign in the zodiac cycle. Represented by the sign of the bull, Taurus are hardworking, loyal, dependable and very stubborn. Taurus also have a love for the finer things in life and will go out of their way for the material goods they desire. Book of… Read More »
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February is Black History Month in North America, and while there are many amazing books centering on the history aspect of Black History Month, here are eight books about being black in the twenty-first century and what that means in 2017. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas All the hype about this book… Read More »
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