A very approachable and "friendly" book about the important work of anti-racism, with very tangible suggestions on how to do it!
So, so deserving of the Pulitzer. Erdich tells a story of her grandfather and his fight to save his tribe, plus weaves in other characters effortlessly.
Miller's re-telling of such a traumatic and high-profile event is brave and powerful.
My favorite book of 2020! Amazing character development and storytelling, with commentary on race, family, and love. SO good!
Birdsong offers a lot of tangible ways that we can all show up for ourselves and others, and poses many thought-provoking questions to push us all to be better.
A funny but important memoir from the autistic community that educates with humor.
If you love sci-fi, you have to read this one! Herbert is a master of world-building and character development. I couldn't put it down!
A beautiful story of family, tradition, expectations, and how those bonds of family stay strong.
A story that follows two sisters navigating their lives as they dramatically change from their plans, and how they grow together and apart.
Historical fiction of a story I hadn't heard about before - Spaniards fleeing to Chile. I got interested in the characters and their journey in such a beautiful way.