NONFICTION: An inspiring underdog tale set in a world that few readers have seen.
NONFICTION: Cree poet Billy-Ray Belcourt rewrites narratives of LGBTQ Indigenous life through images drawn from his own experiences.
FICTION: Ottessa Moshfegh's "Death in Her Hands" starts like a murder mystery. But the missing body is beside the point.
Now We Shall Be Entirely Free By Andrew Miller. (Europa Editions, 416 pages, $19.)British author Andrew Miller takes readers back to simpler times, 1809, the…
"Little Women" author hand-wrote the piece as a teenager.
NONFICTION: Journalist Mark Bowden delves deep into the dark side with these six true stories about abuse and murder.
NONFICTION: This examination covers a lot of well-trod ground.
“Notes From a Small Island,” by Bill Bryson Like many people, I had planned on being abroad this summer but have to travel vicariously.…
FICTION: A tale of four Cherokee women who hold down the world for each other.
FICTION 1. 28 Summers, by Elin Hilderbrand. (Little, Brown) A relationship that started in 1993 between Mallory Blessing and Jake McCloud comes to light…
“The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating,” by Elisabeth Tova Bailey This is as much a book on snails as it is a meditation…
NONFICTION: A book by the creator of a beloved fictitious Twitter character is flawed but offers a hopeful message.
Judeah Reynolds, age 9, is going to tell her own story. The story of what happened that day she walked to the store, and in the days that followed.
Hennepin County and Ramsey County public libraries remain closed for the time being. But some services are available.
It is said that there's nothing like travel to make one contemplate the joys of staying home — only this summer we will probably be…
FICTION: A smart and hilarious collection of short stories about young people with lives in disarray.
NONFICTION: Heather Lende weathered a nasty recall fight, advocating for the common good in all its messy glory.