Another month means more celebrity reads that we can’t wait to devour. We’re quickly stocking our #TBR piles with these new book recommendations!
Brie Larson is reading You Play the Girl: On Playboy Bunnies, Stepford Wives, Train Wrecks, & Other Mixed Messages by Carina Chocano
“Only half way through but deeply immersed. Thank you Carina Chocano and congratulations.”
Growing up in the 70s and 80s, Carina Chocano was surrounded by images of what she thought women should be but in this new collection of essays, she decided to write her own story about who women really are. This insightful mix of personal stories and analysis makes it very clear why Brie Larson is so obsessed.
(photo via @brielarson)
Kerry Washington is reading Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
“This is not a drill ? Reese Witherspoon has teamed up with Kerry Washington to turn Celeste Ng’s Little Fires Everywhere into a limited series!!! ?”
If you couldn’t get enough of Celeste Ng’s 2017 release, the book is being turned into a Hulu series starring two of our favorite and inspiring women: Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington. A story about community, strong mothers and standing up for what you believe is right, Little Fires Everywhere is the well-loved novel many celebrities have raved about in the past year.
(photo via @reesesbookclubxhellosunshine)
Sophia Bush is reading The Last Equation of Isaac Severy by Nova Jacobs
“As evidenced by the fact that every free surface in my house is covered with books, I love reading.”
Hazel’s grandfather has just died after an apparent suicide and she is now left to figure out the mathematician’s final equation. In this literary mystery, Hazel goes on a mysterious adventure to grant her grandfather’s final request, encountering new and questionable acquaintances along the way.
(photo via @sophiabush)
Emma Roberts and her book club Belletrist are reading The Ghost Notebooks by Ben Dolnick
“A supernatural story of love, ghosts, and madness as a young couple, newly engaged, become caretakers of a historic museum. We can’t wait for you to read along with us!”
We’re all Belletrist babes at heart and this March pick is the eerie novel we can’t wait to get our hands on. For fans of stories about creepy old houses and the secrets they keep, this novel is the perfect spring read.
(photo via @belletrist)
Emma Watson is reading Heart Berries: A Memoir by Terese Marie Mailhot
“”Nothing is too ugly for this world, I think it’s just that people pretend not to see.” @oursharedshelf’s March/April pick is Heart Berries, the touching debut memoir by Terese Marie Mailhot; an unapologetically honest and immensely inspiring book.”
Growing up on the Seabird Island Indian Reservation in the Pacific Northwest, Terese Marie Mailhot didn’t have an easy time growing up. Later being diagnosed with PTSD and bipolar II disorder, she found her way to healing through writing and as a result wrote this inspiring memoir.
(photo via @emmawatson)
Florence Welch is reading The Empathy Exams: Essays by Leslie Jamison
“‘Empathy isn’t just something that happens to us – a meteor shower of synapses firing across the brain – it’s also a choice we make: to pay attention, to extend ourselves.'”
Drawing on her own experiences with pain and heartbreak, Leslie Jamison explores the ways of the human heart in this insightful book. Commenting on everything from tourism to poverty and illness, this award-winning read explores the extent of empathy.
(photo via @betweentwobooks)
P!NK is reading Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit, How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, Love Her Wild: Poems by Atticus, The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer and Born A Crime by Trevor Noah
P!NK is obviously an avid reader and her #TBR pile this month gives fans more than a few books to choose from. From a collection of feminist essays in Men Explain Things to Me to a book of poems and the true stories of Trevor Noah’s life, these recommendations will keep you busy all throughout the month of March.
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Selma Blair is reading As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling by Anne Serling, The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying by Nina Riggs and Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan
“A perfect day to stay inside and read.”
Selma Blair’d #TBR pile this month is looking like a great mix of fiction and nonfiction. From a memoir about a woman’s inspiring father to a touching memoir about battling cancer and a fiction read filled with lots of family drama, we think her list is pretty diverse. It seems like Selma is catching up on Crazy Rich Asians before it hits theaters this summer.
(photo via @selmablair)
Kate Bosworth is reading Haruki Murakami and Cormac McCarthy
“BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS! ? What are some of your favorites? I love everything by Murakami and McCarthy.”
Kate Bosworth gave her fans a glimpse of what she’s reading this month along with a request for book recommendations. We’re up for reading anything the glamorous actress recommends!
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