If you have yet to check into the Rosebud Motel, you are missing the stay of a lifetime. The backdrop to the hysterical and Emmy Award-winning Schitt’s Creek is our favorite getaway. Now that the final season of Schitt’s Creek has wrapped, we’ve got a few books to help fans of Schitt’s Creek ease the pain of saying goodbye to the Roses. 

Books like Schitt’s Creek

The Floating Feldmans by Elyssa Friedland

Annette, the matriarch of the Feldmans family, decides to plan a cruise for her whole family to celebrate her 70th birthday in Friedland’s novel. When they all gather aboard the ship, they are faced to endure one another, unable to escape each others’ company. What is meant to be a fun family celebration turns into a comical and touching trip at sea where everyone realizes their family is their lifesaver.

Where’d You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple

Bernadette is someone who is eclectic, colorful and her own person. Her favorite role is being Mom to her daughter, Bee. That is until she promises her daughter a trip to America and it is too much for her to handle – she is agoraphobic. Because of this, she disappears and leads her family on a search that will have her daughter looking through emails and official documents that lead her on a wild ride to find her mother.

The Wangs vs. the World by Jade Chang

A family who goes from riches to rags packs up all their belongings on a cross country road trip to live with the family’s eldest daughter in Jade Chang’s The Wangs vs. the World. From Bel-Air to New York, the Wangs discover that money isn’t everything and the real value of family. 

The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson

When two siblings who have spent their whole lives trying to avoid their oddball parents are forced to move back in with them due to some bad financial choices, they are confronted by their weird childhood and artistic and quirky parents.  You will laugh out loud and cry all at the same time in Kevin Wilson’s The Family Fang

Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

Now a widely popular movie, Crazy Rich Asians tells the story of Rachel Chu who visits Singapore for the summer with her boyfriend, Nick. Little does Rachel know, Nick’s family is crazy rich and she’ll be subjected to judgment and tough situations from everyone in Nick’s life in this #1 New York Times bestseller.

(Feature image courtesy of Variety)

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