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Early Bird Books Reading Recommendations

Here at Early Bird Books, we love all things that have to do with books, reading, and literary news and movies. Browse below for some highlights from our blog!

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Sarah Weddington Remembers Arguing Roe v. Wade to the Supreme Court

"For me and the countless women who put their lives at risk to control their own destinies, the world changed in 1973 when Roe v. Wade became the law of the land."

11 Books on First Ladies of the United States

These First Ladies were leaders in their own right.

Remembering bell hooks and How She Impacted Feminism

"Understanding her was crucial to reigniting my feminist identity; finding her at all was a miracle."

9 Detective Fiction Books Featuring Female Investigators 

From amateur sleuths to small-town sheriffs, these fierce females are on the case. 

9 Empowering Books for Women

Dive into books that explore womanhood and feminism.

12 Brilliant Female Authors You’ve Never Heard Of

These underappreciated writers deserve your attention.

10 Books for Fans of HBO’s My Brilliant Friend

A mix of novels that will pull you in and hook you until the very end.

Recharge with 10 Books About Inspirational People

These stories will remind yourself that the world changes when one person steps up.

10 Dramatic Books Like When We Believed in Mermaids

Flawed families and emotional trips down memory lane.

An Interview with Manju Kapur, Bestselling Indian Author

“Perhaps one really does end up telling the same story over and over, looking at it from every possible angle.”

12 Life-Changing Books Every Woman Should Read

Life's too short for boring books. Get inspired with these life-changing reads.

Revisiting The Color Purple: A Discussion with Alice Walker

Ms. Walker answers readers' questions about her most famous work.

Gloria Steinem on Pat Conroy’s The Great Santini

The Great Santini stands as a classic account of families shaped by the rigid patriarchy around them.