One thing we've realized over the years? No matter how old you get, September will always feel like back-to-school season. But even if you won't be heading to the classroom, that's no excuse not to hit the books — especially since there are so many awesome new titles out this month. So far, our must-read list is stacked with new releases from award-winners like Toni Morrison, Jesmyn Ward, and Celeste Ng, along with some excellent fiction fare from Nicole Krauss, Josephine Rowe, and Sarah Miller, whose reimagining of Little House On The Prairie is giving us literary life. We're also more than ready to dig into Hillary Clinton's What Happened: a retelling of the 2016 presidential campaign from the woman at the center of the storm.
Suffice to say: We're going to be busy bookworms the next couple weeks. Check out all the picks on our list — and don't forget to peek back again mid-month for more. This isn't English class; but we can't promise there won't be a pop up quiz down the line. Be a good student of life. Go get your read on.
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