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20 Best Books To Read in March

  • FICTION

    THE LAST SUSPICIOUS HOLDOUT

    MARCH 8, 2022

FICTION

THE LAST SUSPICIOUS HOLDOUT

by Ladee Hubbard

Hubbard’s eyes and ears are in superb working order as she tells this besieged community’s life story. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • FICTION

    HAMMER

    MARCH 22, 2022

FICTION

HAMMER

by Joe Mungo Reed

Richly textured, compulsively readable, and brilliant throughout. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • FICTION

    VAGABONDS!

    MARCH 15, 2022

FICTION

VAGABONDS!

by Eloghosa Osunde

Osunde revels in the joy of storytelling to render a city and its outsiders in all their flaws and glory. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE BALD EAGLE

    MARCH 1, 2022

  • NONFICTION

    SANDY HOOK

    MARCH 8, 2022

NONFICTION

SANDY HOOK

by Elizabeth Williamson

Essential reading that shows the straight line that runs from Sandy Hook to Charlottesville and Jan. 6. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    MY FOURTH TIME, WE DROWNED

    MARCH 22, 2022

NONFICTION

MY FOURTH TIME, WE DROWNED

by Sally Hayden

An important contribution to the literature of forced immigration and humanitarian crisis. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WOMAN

    MARCH 15, 2022

NONFICTION

WOMAN

by Lillian Faderman

An intelligently provocative, vital reading experience. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • TEEN

    RIGHT WHERE I LEFT YOU

    MARCH 15, 2022

TEENS & YOUNG ADULT

RIGHT WHERE I LEFT YOU

by Julian Winters

An enthusiastically queer story of friendship, family, and romance and the ways they empower one another. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • CHILDREN'S

    CRESS WATERCRESS

    MARCH 29, 2022

  • CHILDREN'S

    THE TURTLE OF MICHIGAN

    MARCH 15, 2022

CHILDREN'S

THE TURTLE OF MICHIGAN

by Naomi Shihab Nye ; illustrated by B.C. Peterschmidt

A humorous, sensitive, and poignant family-centered take on moving to a new country. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • CHILDREN'S

    JUST A GIRL

    MARCH 22, 2022

CHILDREN'S

JUST A GIRL

by Lia Levi ; translated by Sylvia Notini ; illustrated by Jess Mason

A remarkable, powerful young readers’ adaptation of an award-winning World War II memoir. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • CHILDREN'S

    ISLA TO ISLAND

    MARCH 15, 2022

  • CHILDREN'S

    CHESTER VAN CHIME WHO FORGOT HOW TO RHYME

    MARCH 15, 2022

CHILDREN'S

CHESTER VAN CHIME WHO FORGOT HOW TO RHYME

by Avery Monsen ; illustrated by Abby Hanlon

Get ready for wordplay that’s giggly and fun and lasts long after the story is…over, alas. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • CHILDREN'S

    THE SUPREME COURT AND US

    MARCH 1, 2022

CHILDREN'S

THE SUPREME COURT AND US

by Christy Mihaly ; illustrated by Neely Daggett

Creative and informative, this child-friendly legal primer will be a great addition to home and school libraries. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >

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