Here are our top picks for the best books we read that release this month.
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"Your vibes were off at Bilbo Baggins' 111st birthday party."
So many genres, so many pride books!
"I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once."
From the hilarious to the poignant to the thought-provoking, these audiobook memoirs are perfect listens for Pride Month and beyond.
LITERALLY. CANNOT. WAIT.
Family secrets, popular culture, literary experimentation, and more to love in these new and forthcoming books.
Michael Bond's cameo in Paddington is the sweetest thing you never knew about.
Kevin Jonas Hilariously Recalled When The Jonas Brothers Were Stranded "In The Middle Of Nowhere" By An Angry Bus Driver
"[He] left us in the middle of nowhere for more than 12 hours."
Better brush up on your dictionary reading...
It's poolside reading time, baby!
Where some people see a place to exchange vows, all I see is the enslavement of my ancestors. Do they not know the history, or do they simply not care?
Everyone start a prayer circle for Nikolai and Wylan appearing next season.
Teachers, take notes.
Featuring space operas, dystopian futures, supernatural romance, sapphic retellings, and more, this list has something for every SFF fan looking for LGBTQ+ stories.
That gift card's only going to get you so far.
Meet Frankie Fearless.
With a book community this big, you'll always have a great recommendation!
Get beach-ready copies of On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous, Luster, Mexican Gothic, and more.
A book is a gift you can open again and again and again.
Looking at you Holden Caulfield.
Some new reads to get you through the last week of May.
"Her breasts were amazing — soft and comfortable like the bun that comes with the McDonald's Filet-O-Fish Sandwich."
"Jo canceled me."
These contemporary young adult books will satisfy your wanderlust while introducing you to passionate, creative teens finding themselves and learning about their culture by taking trips to Asia.
A witch trial novel from Rivka Galchen, an innovative memoir from Akwaeke Emezi, an espionage thriller from Kathy Wang, and more — each one perfect for the beach.
"Because I grew up in a time of violence, where aggression against women was especially brutal, I had all these questions about what it meant to be female, or to present as female, and why women were so often marginalized and then told that it was for our own good."
A hapless father and his pregnant teenage daughter are forced to make amends in this wholehearted, radiant, and darkly funny exploration of family, faith, and forgiveness.
Hot off the presses!