📚 Curated by: Humble Hive
Honoring Women’s History Month comes in all shapes and genres. We made a little list to help you discover a few underrated works. Enjoy y’all!
The Soul of a Woman by Isabel Allende
Talk about perspective that comes from a seasoned Latin American voice. Though Allende is known for her novels, she certainly shares her take on the second wave of feminism of the 1960s. Allende also intertwines her personal growth through three different marriages, her sorrows and wins as she navigates these stages of her life. A beautiful book that can be read in one sitting!
Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong
These essays are DEEP! Talk about the perfect blend between social criticism, self-discovery, and witty observations. She unpacks the complex burden that the “model minority” myth has placed on Asian Americans. This is required reading for ALL Americans.
First Comes Like by Alisha Rai
Ready for a heart-felt, fun, and cant-put-down romance novel? This is the one for you. You meet an influencer, Jia Ahmed, who is trying to make a name for herself in the world of beauty and Dev, the son of a well-known Bollywood family who is accused of sliding into Jia’s DMs only it isn’t him because she was cat-fished. See? Hard to put down.
Crooked Hallelujah by Kelli Jo Ford
You will fall in love with this beautiful book that follows four generations of Cherokee women as they make their way through the world. This is a book that has you laughing one minute and tearing up the next.
Do Better: Spiritual Activism for Fighting and Healing from White Supremacy by Rachel Ricketts
Are you ready to do the deep and spiritual work to fight white supremacy? If so, THIS is the book you want to select. In Ricketts you find a kind, understanding and a wise teacher who will take you through a journey of self-discovery and growth. This book even comes with actionable steps that you can take to engage in this work daily.