If you’re looking for a way to cure your wanderlust or relive the nostalgic adrenaline when you travel, you might want to pick up a book or two from this list, and let it transport you to different destinations all over the world. Read more on the blog.
We are proud to feature books written by Filipinos coming from all different places, perspectives, and walks of life as they share the culture, diversity, and more often than not, the unfavorable realities of what it means to be Pinoy. Read more on the blog.
The Pulitzer Prize is an award established in 1917 for achievements in newspaper, magazine, online journalism, literature and musical composition within the United States administered by Columbia University. Read more for the complete list of winners for the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for literature.
Set in the fictional African village of Kosawa, where people live in fear amid environmental degradation, Imbolo Mbue's powerful second novel is told from the perspective of a generation of children and the family of a girl named Thula who grows up to become a revolutionary. Read the first few pages here on the blog.
Inspired by the true stories of Jewish children hidden during World War II, Jennifer Rosner’s debut is a breathtaking novel about the unbreakable bond between a mother and a daughter. Beautiful and riveting, The Yellow Bird Sings is a testament to the triumph of hope—a whispered story, a bird’s song—in even the darkest of times.