Yearn to Learn

Get ironically selfish with ‘The Book of Ayn’ by Lexi Freiman..

Dig into a great new thriller this summer with ‘One of Our Kind’ by Nicola Yoon..

We wrapped up Pride month with ‘Rubyfruit Jungle’ by Rita Mae Brown!

In the Dream House‘ by Carmen Maria Machado offers an emotional look at domestic abuse.

Julia Serano’s ‘Whipping Girl‘ gives a glimpse into transgender feminism in a patriarchy.

bell hooks’ iconic ‘Feminism is for everybody‘ kicked off Pride month..

Betty Friedan’s ‘The Feminine Mystique‘ defined second wave feminism.

The ‘Female Persuasion‘ by Meg Wolitzer is a great novel as our feminism evolves..

Leslie Bow really hits home with Asian American women who have long been too quiet.

Sara Ahmed’s book ‘Living a Feminist Life‘ started Yearn to Learn for AAPI heritage month..

The classic ‘The Handmaid’s Tale‘ is a bit too on the nose for today’s post-Roe hellscape..

Need a laugh? Check out Roxane Gay’s ‘Bad Feminist: Essays‘…

Mary Ziegler is one of the best experts on Abortion law in the United States.

‘Eve’ by Cat Bohannon illuminated us in April.

We got a little cheeky on April Fools day with ‘Feminasty‘ by Erin Gibson..

Merle Hoffman‘s book ‘Choices – a Post-Roe abortion rights manifesto’ wrapped Women’s History Month.

We also featured ‘Democracy in Chains‘ by Nancy MacLean in March

The classic Toni Morrison novel ‘Beloved‘ was up earlier in March.

We started March off with a laugh with Reductress’ ‘How to Win at Feminism‘..

New dystopian feminist tale ‘Womb City‘ by Tlotlo Tsamaase was just released earlier in 2024!

Parable of the Sower‘ by Octavia E. Butler was featured in February.

The first month we only issued single cards for each book recommendation.

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