Women’s History Month is the perfect time to discover amazing new female writers, and find time for timeless classics you’ve been wanting to read forever. If you’re having a hard time coming up with ideas on your own, we’re bringing you four books that are especially relevant in 2019.
Michelle Obama – Becoming
Michelle Obama’s best-selling memoir came out a few months ago, and if you still haven’t had the chance to read about her amazing journey – the time is now.
Louisa May Alcott – Little Women
The adaptation of this classic coming of age tale is coming to theaters this Christmas, so it’s as good of time as any to emerge yourself into the world of the March sisters.
Nicola Yoon – The Sun Is Also a Star
If you’re a sucker for young adult novels, Nicola Yoon’s book will sweep you off your feet, and you’ll immediately fall in love with the captivating characters she created.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – We Should All Be Feminists
Any of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s books would be a good pick to read this Women’s History Month, but if you’d like to dive into feminist theory – this collection of essays is a way to go.