It's the end of women's history month, and our month focusing on nonfiction, but here at Reading Women we celebrate female voices all year long. These are a few titles we've added to our TBRs this month. We can't wait to read these books about amazing women!
Yet another book I first heard about on Jung Yun's Twitter. If you aren't following her yet, definitely go check out her book recommendations! - K
Though not normally a topic I would be interested in, I heard Terry Gross interview the author on Fresh Air and was completely enamored by her story - A
This has been on my TBR for forever. It's examines the oppression of women around the world and shows how the empowerment of women helps communities. - A
A marine biologist's fiancé is killed by a giant jellyfish, and she must come to terms with losing her partner to the ocean she loves. This book sits on my desk and stares at me everyday. I WILL read it very soon! - K
I've had this book on my TBR for a few years now, but I've never gotten around to reading it. Then I saw Emma Watson interview Malala and knew I had to bump it up my stack. I can't wait to read about this brave woman. - K
I first heard of this book while reading All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister and am eager to learn more about the power of female frienships. - A
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