Spring Break Reading
Here, a handful of books we heartily recommend.
It may be daunting at 784 pages, but this novel—which follows a young boy who loses his mother during a terrorist attack on an art museum—promises to demolish any idle beach hours.
As its name suggests, this incredibly well-researched account tackles something we all feel every day: Where has our leisure time gone, and why as a culture do we embrace Busyness?
This is Lorrie Moore’s first collection of short stories in 15 years—and it was worth the wait. Both hilarious and heartfelt, these are the perfect thing tackle during a quiet afternoon.