March Must Reads

POPSUGAR Sex & CultureSource: March Must Reads

Welcome to March madness and the most anticipated new book releases of the month! For those who've waiting impatiently for Hillary Clinton's yet-to-be-written new memoir to hit bookshelves, there's a new page-turner that follows the former secretary of state from Beirut to the "heart of American power." If you have a weakness for baby sloths - à la Kristen Bell - then you'll melt over A Little Book of Sloth. And if you're a fan of Downton Abbey, then there's a novel you may find hauntingly delightful. Check out all these and the rest of our must reads for March!

  • Contagious: Contagious: Why Things Catch On looks into what makes certain ideas or products stick, while others don't. So if you're wondering why that Taylor Swift goat video went viral, for example, then this book might have some answers.
  • The Secretary: The Secretary: A Journey With Hillary Clinton From Beirut to the Heart of American Power is an inside account of Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state. It's written by BBC foreign correspondent Kim Ghattas, who had access to Hillary Clinton for the past four years.
  • Her: A Memoir: In Her: A Memoir, Christa Parravani tells the story of what happened after her twin sister died and she was left with a big void to fill.
  • Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead : Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead is Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's book about women and leadership. She looks at why women don't hold more influential positions and offers some explanations and straightforward solutions.
  • What We Talk About When We Talk About God: What We Talk About When We Talk About God, by bestselling author and pastor Rob Bell, looks at why culture and, often, the church resist talking about God and addresses common misconceptions.

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  • The Accursed : The Accursed imagines that a powerful curse has come upon the elite families of Princeton, NJ, at the turn of the 20th century. It sounds like a haunted version of Downton Abbey.
  • Making Marriage Simple : Making Marriage Simple promises a relationship revolution with 10 truths about successful relationships, including "Frustration is a wish in disguise."
  • The Still Point of the Turning World: Emily Rapp's The Still Point of the Turning World is the heart-wrenching true story of the grief she went through after finding out her newborn son had a fatal disorder. Her response included diving into the works of thinkers and writers like C.S. Lewis, Sylvia Plath, and Mary Shelley to better understand what it means to be the mother of a terminally ill child.
  • A Little Book of Sloth: We have a feeling A Little Book of Sloth would be the most popular and adorable coffee table book ever. British filmmaker, photographer, and sloth expert Lucy Cooke shares her heartwarming photos of the residents of the Aviarios Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica, the world's largest sloth orphanage.

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