Children can be introduced to the ideas of inclusion, empathy and diversity early on through these fun books that celebrate disability without being judgmental, discriminatory or overly sympathetic.
These books tackle climate change, altered marine environments and the global loss of species.
From ‘Cities and Canopies’ and ‘Catch and Kill’ to ‘Trick Mirror’ and ‘Rivers Remember’, these books are compelling, intelligent and difficult to put down.
‘Exquisite Cadavers’ by Meena Kandasamy, ‘A Month in Siena’ by Hisham Matar, 'My Father’s Garden' by Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar and other books below 200 pages.
‘Social Creature’, ‘Those Pricey Thakur Girls’, ‘Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day’ and other great choices to get you back into the reading game.
Perumal Murugan, Manoranjan Byapari, Madhuri Vijay and Mirza Waheed are among the 15 contenders for the $25,000 Prize. The winner will be announced on 16 December 2019.
Bringing up a feminist son is as important as raising a feminist daughter, so I looked for books that challenge gender stereotypes, especially those featuring sensitive boys.
Struggling to navigate your love life as a queer teen? There's a book for that.
Spy novels, kids who use magic, poetry and graphic novels—whatever you’re craving for this rainy season, you’ll find it in this expert-recommended list.
From 'Milkman' by Anna Burns to 'Circe' by Madeline Miller, these books are a great way to start exploring the works of contemporary women writers.