• American Girls

    A riveting yet horrifying look at the secret social media lives of girls in America. This book came out in 2016 and while the social platforms may have changed, the issues and emotional resonance are still as relevant as ever.


  • The cover of the book Such a Fun Age

    Such a Fun Age

    This incisive book follows Emira, a young black woman who lives and works in Philadelphia as a babysitter, and Alix, her well-intentioned but misguided white employer. In this generous and flawless book, Reid navigates race, privilege, friendship, power dynamics, woke-culture, and the question of who owns their story in the age of the overshare.


  • The cover of the book She Said

    She Said

    A wild journey behind the scenes with the two New York Times investigative journalists who broke the Harvey Weinstein story. The book is informative but never dull, and it progresses at such a pace that it often reads more like a thriller. It’s a must-read for anyone interested in the subject, and in telling the story of a few brave women, Kantor and Twohey also expose some of the systems in place to protect powerful abusers like Weinstein.


  • The cover of the book What Red Was

    What Red Was

    A story about a young woman, Kate, navigating her life in London after being assaulted in the family home of a close friend. It’s a heart-wrenching and powerful look at the complexities of privilege, friendship, trauma and family ties.


  • The cover of the book Bunny


    I’ve always been a sucker for a good campus thriller, and Bunny is no exception. Awad tells the story of Samantha, an MFA student who is initially repelled by her classmates, a clique of girls who call themselves the Bunnies. Reality and fiction start to blur when the Bunnies invite Samantha to a ‘smut salon’, and the plot takes a sinister (and wild) turn.


  • The cover of the book The Girl with the Louding Voice

    The Girl with the Louding Voice

    In this compelling debut, Adunni is a Nigerian girl whose dreams of getting an education are seemingly destroyed when she is sold off as a wife at the age of fourteen. What follows is a moving and powerful read as Adunni experiences setbacks, hardships, and beautiful acts of friendship on her journey to find her voice.