In This Issue

This week's issue runs the gamut from Happily: A Personal History--with Fairy Tales, a "bubbling cauldron filled with ingredients as diverse as parenting and premonitions, mythological creatures and marriage" by Paris Review columnist Sabrina Orah Mark, to Julie Gerstenblatt's "engrossing" debut novel, Daughters of Nantucket, which explores the options for women--white and Black--in the mid-19th century, to Death and Croissants, an "absurd, laugh-out-loud caper" featuring a B&B host turned detective that's "sure to delight fans of cozy mysteries and whodunits." Plus so many more!

In The Writer's Life, Sabaa Tahir talks about moving from fantasy to realistic fiction, and the research she did for her Printz and National Book Award-winner All My Rage.

--Jennifer M. Brown, senior editor, Shelf Awareness
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