We’re celebrating Black History Month with these six fantastic reads. What are you reading?
Tags: Andrew Aydin, Black History Month, Brown Girl Dreaming, Homegoing, Jacqueline Woodson, Jesmyn Ward, John Lewis, March, Morgan Jerkins, Nate Powell, Reni Eddo-Lodge, Salvage the Bones, This Will Be My Undoing, Why I'm No Longer Talking To White People About Race, Yaa Gyasi
Are you and your sister(s) like the March girls, close and cooperative in times of great struggle or are you more like the put-upon Bennett sisters, trying to thwart their mother’s efforts to marry them off to the most eligible bachelor? Hopefully you and your sibs don’t have the worries that the Blackwood sisters do,… Read More »
Tags: #strongwomenread, Beverly Cleary, Homegoing, Pride and Prejudice, Shirley Jackson, Sisters Like Us, Susan Mallery, Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Yaa Gyasi
When it comes to reading about siblings in fiction, there are some families that are literary legends: Little Women’s Civil War-era March sisters, the put-upon Bennets of Pride and Prejudice and the mischievous Weasleys of Harry Potter fame come to mind. Through fun and folly, these bands of siblings thrived with only the slightest of… Read More »
Tags: Homegoing, Jhumpa Lahiri, Kevin Wilson, Lori Lansens, Secrets of the Tulip Sisters, Shirley Jackson, Susan Mallery, The Family Fang, The Girls, The Lowlands, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Yaa Gyasi
A book cover is a calling card, a promise and a wrapper you don’t ever want to tear off. At best, like the ten covers presented here, they are evocative, original and beautiful, offering a tantalizing glimpse of what to expect inside, matching their story in tone, mood and style. Many of these novels are… Read More »
Tags: All the Birds in the Sky, ark Matter, Blake Crouch, Book Design, Books, Charlie Jane Anders, Colson Whitehead, Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, Design, Emma Donoghue, Homegoing, Jennifer Close, maria semple, Nicola Yoon, Sarah Maria Griffin, Spare and Found Parts, The Hopefuls, The Nest, The Sun Is Also a Star, The Underground Railroad, The Wonder, Today Will Be Different, Yaa Gyasi