Spring is the perfect time to pick up a new book. Head to your neighborhood bookstore or local library and get reading!
The Glitter Guide’s 2021 Spring reading list, features new and classic. With topics ranging from love, family and tragedy to violence against women, race and traveling by foot, there’s definitely something for everyone on this list. Their list starts out with What’s Mine and Yours by Naima Coster, a novel that explores love, the repercussions of past decisions and the burden of one’s own history. In Praise of Paths by Torbjørn Ekelund, examines the relationship between humans and their bodies and their surroundings. If you haven’t already read it, Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen is a must for your Spring reading list.
If you’re looking for a good novel to curl up with, look no further than Parade’s list of best new books of the Spring. Debuting April 6th, is Northern Spy, by Flynn Berry; a thriller novel surrounding espionage and sisterhood, set in Ireland. Check out Early Morning Riser, by Katherine Heiny, out April 11th; a heart warming novel, that brings the protagonist to small Michigan town where her small town connections deepen over time. One book you defintiely need to add to your Spring reading list is World Travel: An Irreverent Guide, by the late Anthony Bourdain and his longtime friend, Laurie Woolever. The beloved chef and world traveler began writing this book before his untimely death in 2018.
According to Buinessweek, your Spring reading list should include these 14 books, both fiction and non-fiction. First on the list is the newly translated French thriller set in 1956, Tomorrow They Won’t Dare to Murder Us, by Joseph Andras. The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race, By Walter Isaacson. Isaacson tells the story of Nobel Prize biochemist Jennifer Doudna and the implications of her findings. According to The List, these are the books you should be most excited to read this Spring.
MSN.com shares 8 author approved books you need to add to your reading list, starting with Already Toast, a memoir by Kate Washington describing her time as her late husband’s caregiver. This list also includes some entries for the little ones, like Laxmi’s Mooch by Shelley Anand and Milo Imagines the World by Matt de la Pena.
Don’t miss these 13 Young Adult books to add to your Spring reading list, courtesy of The New York Times. Tell Me My Name by Amy Reed is the reversed telling of The Great Gatsby, featuring a female as the lead character in this thriller. The Cost of Knowing from Brittany Morris, available April 6th, tells the story of Alex Rufus and his extraordinary talent.