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Celebrate Women's Voices for Women's History Month

March is Women’s History Month, an annual celebration of the achievements women have made, and a recognition of their hard-fought progress and historic moments over the course of history. Whether you are looking to educate yourself on the powerful women who have shaped the world, engross yourself in the poetic musings of some of literature’s most influential figures, or open yourself up to a whole world of women’s literature, we have the recommendations for you below.

Stories of Extraordinary Women

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The Woman They Could Not Silence cover image
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The Light We Carry cover image
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Classic Works by Women Authors

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An American Sunrise cover image
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Call Us What We Carry cover image
My Mother Was a Freedom Fighter cover image
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Contemporary Women's Fiction

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Women in Translation

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Staff Picks

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The School for Good Mothers: A Novel By Jessamine Chan Cover Image
ISBN: 9781982156138
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Published: 37 Ink - February 7th, 2023

Frida Liu has made a mistake. A mistake that has labelled her a bad mother. But Frida is given the opportunity to show she can be a good mother, a redeemed mother, through a new Big Brother-esque government program, that is not all that it seems. The School for Good Mothers is a critique of both Child Protective Services and how we define motherhood (versus fatherhood). Readers will find hints of Margaret Atwood’s Handmaid’s Tale, both in the main character’s dry self-reflections and in the dystopian world which controls her every move.   --Gwyn, Detroit

The London Séance Society By Sarah Penner Cover Image
ISBN: 9780778387114
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Published: Park Row - March 7th, 2023

Wow! I did not expect to stay up until 2am finishing the second half of this book. Sarah Penner has expertly crafted a supernatural murder mystery that will continually rework your theories until the satisfying denouement. Secrets abound within the London Séance Society, a gentleman’s club that specializes in clairvoyance and spiritualism. The president of the organization was recently murdered and the police have been unable to solve the crime. Enter Vaudeline and Lenna, a well-known spiritualist and her apprentice. They are tasked with holding a séance to learn the identity of the murderer, but only if they can avoid the sinister forces at work. -Rebecca, Atlanta

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In the Margins: On the Pleasures of Reading and Writing By Elena Ferrante, Ann Goldstein (Translator) Cover Image
By Elena Ferrante, Ann Goldstein (Translator)
ISBN: 9781609457372
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Published: Europa Editions - March 15th, 2022

In the Margins is an enjoyable collection of essays on the pleasures of reading and writing, on a life lived on paper, and on the joys of literary adventure. The origin story of a prolific literary figure, these essays outline Elena Ferrante's development as both a reader and writer and some of her major influences. Almost like a behind the scenes tour of her work. -Russell, New Jersey