The month of March is Women's History Month. Here is a list of books celebrating women in history and educating young readers about the women who've made the inroads that impact their future as women.
The weekly new and noteworthy books listed here on our website is a short list of new arrivals to our bookshelves in the past few weeks. However, there are plenty more exciting new releases we don't want you to miss out on. Here's suggestions for you to check out that are getting some attention:
What better way to say I love you . . . to your sweetie, your bestie, your child, or that special someone that makes your heart go pitter-pat . . . than with a book about love?
The observance of Black History Month began in 1926 as Negro History Week by noted African American historian, scholar, educator and publisher Carter G. Woodson.
Below is a list of books . . . for all ages . . . in acknowledgment of Inauguration Day. Scroll through to discover books we think your children will enjoy as they learn about our country's new leaders. Scroll further down for adult readers to consider books by and about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, as well as books about the US Constitution, Inauguration speeches, and a copy of the Constitution.
2021 gives us reason for hope and rejuvenation. Literati staff have come up with books we recommend for readers to take with them into the new year: books we feel can be held dear as we head in to the long winter of snow and ice storms, covid fears and reality, and as a new administration gets to work on making the world around us a better place. These are thoughtful books, funny books, inspiring books, calming read-by-the-fireside books. Some are oldies but goodies, some are brand new, and some will be released in the next few months.
Holiday 2020 is fast upon us! So much has taken place around the country and the world this year, but, thankfully, books keep getting written and publishers keep publishing them. Here's a gift guide Literati staff have created for all the readers in your world.
Words, books, and photographs give us lasting images of those we've lost. Ruth Bader Ginsburg will remain in our collective memories as the one-of-a-kind symbol of justice and truth. Here are some books we currently have on hand for curbside or postal delivery that honor the great RBG.
We're now checking off the days, as the count-down to the Presidential election is in full swing. As we head into the home stretch of this decidedly charged election season, we thought we'd suggest some current political books to assist you prepare to cast your vote.
We are proud this week to feature several books about the 19th Amendment. Below, Bookseller Deb talks a little bit about this as well as providing some of her book recommendations...