The TBR List: April 2017
This month’s must reads are a mix of food forecasts, reading accessories, global politics, current fashion, diverse comic books and more. There’s bound to be something on this list for everyone you know, so be sure to bookmark this page for some light reading in between novels!
- It’s still early enough in the year to get excited about what’s to come. This list predicts the flavors that will take over this year.
- This Fight Is Our Fight — Elizabeth Warren’s new book is out now, and in addition to discussing why she didn’t run for president, she includes “eye-opening stories about her battles in the Senate."
- Superhero stories don’t seem so be going anywhere, yet every new announcement about comic book shows and films sparks immediate controversy.
- Seven-year-old Bana al-Abed’s upcoming memoir may finally to give a voice to Syrian refugees.
- An app that gives the people what they want: How to avoid McDonald's with broken McFlurry machines.
- An advice column for readers desperately looking for that next great read.
- What can we learn from different book’s scents?
- From 13 Reasons Why to Big Little Lies, TV is depending more and more on material from literature. These reviewers offer their opinions on which adaptations work best.
- True authenticity. This Easter, experts try to answer one of history’s great unknowns: What kind of wine was served at The Last Supper?
- A history of fashion through the color pink.
- Poetry lovers rejoice! Roa Lynn shares a personal story about Pablo Neruda.
- Feel like you’re in a “book drought”? Here are three easy tips to reignite your love of reading.
- Did you treat yourself on World Book Day?