In this month’s reading picks, three Literary Mama staffers talk about ‘love stories’ but not the usual kind. Check it out.
This month’s Essential Reading post takes a look at courage: books that talk about it, authors that were courageous and characters that inspired us. Check out our recommendations.
We’re talking about audiobooks in this month’s Essential Reading post. Get some recommendations for great titles and audiobook providers, and make your next car journey or long walk a literary adventure.
This month’s Essential Reading theme is food, and our staff have diverse recommendations. The first talks about our complicated relationship with eating, hunger and our emotions. The second continues that theme, but from a fictional point of view in a Parisian setting. The third is a collection of five books on food and family life.
In this month’s Essential Reading on desiting motherhood, our staff recommend a how-to guide, a philosphical look at mothering, and a classic novel of a conflicted mother.
Book clubs are a great way to discover authors and novels that you may never otherwise have come across. In this months Essential Reading, our staff recount some of their favorite book club reads and experiences.
I’m using the opportunity of this Father’s Day to thank all the dads who take the time to nurture a love of books and reading in their children, whether it’s by taking them to the library or bookshop, reading to them, or setting a great example.
We are celebrating the many facets of motherhood with this month’s list of books that are near and dear to us as mothers, daughters, and friends of mothers.
In this month’s Essential Reading, we’re proving that good things do indeed come in small packages by highlighting novellas, chapbooks, poetry, and short story collections.
In order to celebrate Women’s History Month, we’re recommending books about feminism in this month’s Essential Reading roundup.
For this month’s Essential Reading, we’ve compiled a list of book-to-screen adaptations and are trying to answer the age-old question: is the book always better than the movie?
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