In this month's book review, Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Elizabeth Strout delves into the deeply poignant, private lives of small-town America in Anything is Possible. Bobbi Pyron has this month's book review.
The Washington Post considers Jodi Picoult's twenty-third novel "Small Great Things" the most important one she's ever written, as she takes a risk to expand our conversation about race and prejudice. Here's Barbara Bretz with our monthly book review.
Natasha's family is 12 hours away from being deported to Jamaica. Daniel is looking for a place to get his haircut. Bestselling author Nicola Yoon spins these unlikely tales into a charming love story in her new book, The Sun is Also a Star. Park City High School student Faith Staley has this month's review.
Colson Whitehead's award-winning novel The Underground Railroad brings pre-Civil War history to life through the flight toward freedom of a young runaway slave. Julie Crittenden has this month's book review.
The book is not your typical National Parks travelogue. It's a collection of personal memoirs by esteemed Utah author Terry Tempest Williams as she explores Ameirca's National Parks. Amy Mills has this month's book review of "This Hour of Land."
In this month's book review, National Book Award-winning author, Louise Erdrich, returns with a story that explores the questions, "Can a person do the worst thing possible and still be loved?" Bobbi Pyron has this month's review.