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Little Free Diverse Libraries: What They Are and How You Can Help

What are Little Free Diverse Libraries and how can you get involved in the movement? A history and guide for starting.

Motherhood and Miscarriage: A Study of My Shelves

A reader turns to her shelves to process a missed miscarriage and difficult questions about infertility and motherhood.

10 Great Feminist Children’s Books

A reader shares the feminist children's books she hopes to read to a future son or daughter when the time comes. Add these to your TBR!

10 Facts About Madame d’Aulnoy Who Coined The Word Fairytale

Madame d'Aulnoy coined the term fairy tale. She also tried twice to kill someone and was way more popular than Perrault. Find out more!

8 Great Feminist Microhistories

These feminist microhistories let you dive in and out of important moments, movements, and figures in women’s and feminist history.

10 Books About Black Women Activists of the Civil Rights Movement

These books about Black women activists of the Civil Rights Movement tell the stories of these women’s fight for social justice, including Angela Davis: An Autobiography by Angela Davis.

Sex Workers’ Voices: 10 Books About Sex Work by Sex Workers

The best way to start the conversation around sex work is to listen to actual sex workers. Learn more on the topic with these books, including Whip Smart: The True Story of a Secret Life by Melissa Febos.

A Little Dirty Laundry: The Forgotten Legacy of Grace Metalious and PEYTON PLACE

Take a trip to PEYTON PLACE and learn about the legacy and turbulent life of Grace Metalious, author of the controversial classic.

7 Excellent Books Released In 2020 By African Women Of Colour

Don’t miss some of the year’s best African fiction and nonfiction–check out these 2020 books by African women of color, including Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi.

Mary Wollstonecraft or Mary Shelley? How to Tell the Difference

How to tell the difference between Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, and the Mary Wollstonecraft statue.