Tense, thrilling, and deeply profound, The Falling Woman examines what it means to be singled out by luck or destiny. It explores what we owe to our loved ones in our final days, and what we owe ourselves.
A breathtaking work of historical fiction set in Reconstruction-era Brooklyn. As we come to the end of Women’s History Month, Libertie is the perfect book to celebrate womanhood, mother-daughter relationship, and above all, freedom.
The comprehensive, compulsively readable guide to growing into our bodies. A celebration of our diverse, miraculous, beautiful bodies.
Women are often put in boxes and expected to make compromises. A book about a woman’s journey through the decades to self-discovery.
Moving and at times thought-provoking. A book that is as much a memoir as it is about the history of California. Pick it if you enjoy memoirs with a generous dose of history.
True courage comes from purposefully standing out. Set in the 1950s, a historical #ownvoice YA novel that is just as relevant today.
A tale that explores the power and strength of kinship on the harsh American frontier. Pick it if you enjoy offbeat historical novels with lots of wordplay.
Why do people immigrate? An empathetic look at immigration, identity, and human resilience.
An empathetic look at immigration, identity, and human resiliency, Laila Lalami’s debut is an essential contribution to the current cultural conversation.
A vivid and gripping account of Vietnam’s 20th century history. The book is both heartbreaking and uplifting at the same time.