African American history and the romance genre are a perfect match. Learn more about Black history with these must-read Black historical romance novels.
For Black History Month and beyond, read Black romance novels and stories that show the importance of love in tough times.
Looking for even more historical romance series to cozy up with? We have six underrated series to add to your towering TBR piles.
Searching for some challenging but informative books to read this Black History Month? Here's a collection of 10 underrated books to add to your TBR.
Get a feminist perspective on Ethiopian history, the Kuala Lampur race riots, and more with these feminist historical fiction books.
I asked Stacey Lee for an insider's perspective on what it's like to be one of the only #ownvoices authors of Asian American YA historical fiction.
In our guide, you'll find a City of Girls summary, ten CITY OF GIRLS book club questions, ideas for themed meetings, and suggestions for further reading.
Who was Pure Belpré and why she should be your librarian hero, too.
In honor of MLK Day 2020, we have 20 Martin Luther King, Jr. books that reflect Dr. King’s fight for equality, liberty, and justice for all.
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife." What does it mean?
It can seem like every historical fiction read focuses on one event, but we've got historical fiction novels not set in WWII for the Read Harder challenge.
These Westerns by Native and non-Native people defy colonialist narratives that perpetuate stereotypes.
From ancient Mesopotamia to the year's most popular cookbooks, this brief (and admittedly incomplete) history of cookbooks examines our culinary roots.
Look forward to a trip around the world, and back in time, while learning the history of far flung places with these 2020 global historical fiction reads.
Get to know the facts and the legend surrounding Sisi, Empress of Austria, through these historical fiction and nonfiction books.