No matter how old you are, a good coming-of-age story can change the way you see the world. Here are six reads we absolutely recommend adding to your bookshelf. Let us know what you’re reading the comments below!
Tags: A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, American Dervish, Ayad Akhtar, Benjamin Ludwig, Betty Smith, Carol Rifka Brunt, Donna Tartt, Ginny Moon, michael chabon, Tell the Wolves I'm Home, the amazing adventures of kavalier and clay, the goldfinch
In Thursdays at Eight by Debbie Macomber, four women meet weekly for breakfast to offer each other encouragement, support and laughter as life gives and takes from each of them. A divorce, a romance, a dream and a midlife surprise—whatever the friends are going through, they will see each other through. Take a look at… Read More »
Tags: Amy Tan, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Donna Tartt, Elena Ferrante, Judy Blume, khaled hosseini, Margaret Atwood, My Brilliant Friend, Rebecca Wells, Summer Sisters, The Joy Luck Club, the kite runner, The Robber Bride, The Secret History
The winter solstice marks a turning point in the seasons—though there is much of the winter still to come in terms of weather, temperature and (in many places) snow, it offers hope that spring will eventually get here in the form of an additional moment or two of daylight with each passing day. First, of… Read More »
Tags: A Man Called Ove, Allegra Huston, Aziz Ansari, Damian Dibben, diana gabaldon, Donna Tartt, Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert, Fredrik Backman, jane austen, Kiera Cass, Modern Romance, Neil Olson, poll, Pride and Prejudice, Say My Name, Sense and Sensibility, The Black Painting, the goldfinch, The One, The Silent Fountain, Tomorrow, Victoria Fox