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
Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is celebrated each year to commemorate the rededication of the second temple in Jerusalem, following the Maccabean uprising in the second century, BC. In the ruined temple, they found enough oil to light the lamp for one night, but miraculously, the oil lasted eight full days and nights, signifying a… Read More »
Tags: Alice Hoffman, Anita Diamant, David Bezmozgis, Geraldine Brooks, michael chabon, Moonglow, Nicole Krauss, pam jenoff, Sigal Samuel, The Boston Girl, The Dovekeepers, The Free World, The History of Love, The Mystics of Mile End, The Orphan's Tale, The Secret Chord
There are two types of people in this world: Christmas people and everyone else. Now that the holiday season is about a month away, it’s reasonable to start thinking of the gift shopping, the decorations and the big dinners. Although all of that can seem stressful, once those details are settled, the holiday season really… Read More »
Although summer is over, there’s a ton of big fall books on the horizon to help you swap those beach trips for cozy days spent inside reading. Here’s a list of titles (arranged by release date) that the BookClubbish team is especially looking forward to this season, ranging from familiar franchise authors to debut literary… Read More »
Tags: Alice Hoffman, Anna SNoekstra, autumn, Brit Bennett, Buzz, Emma Donoghue, Faithful, Fall, Hag-Seed, Harlan Coben, Home, I'll Take You There, Jade Chang, James Lasdun, Jenny Colgan, Jodi Picoult, Margaret Atwood, maria semple, michael chabon, Moonglow, Nicholas Sparks, Only Daughter, Paulette Jiles, Small Great Things, Staff Picks, Stephenie Meyer, Swing Time, Tana French, The Bookshop on the Corner, The Chemist, The Fall Guy, The Mothers, The News of the World, The Trespasser, The Wangs vs. the World, The Wonder, Today Will Be Different, Two by Two, wally lamb, Zadie Smith