Frontlist | The best books of March 2021, according to Amazon’s editors
For many, March 2021 has a grim yet hopeful air about it. Although the start of springtime by no means erases the severity of the pandemic, having brighter days to look forward to can alleviate some of the challenges that this year has already brought.
If reading is your main source of joy during this time, Amazon’s book editors have you covered. This month’s top 10 selections are creative and insightful — exploring the meaning of love through artificial intelligence or prompting education and empathy for the experience of immigration.
This month’s top choice is Naima Coster’s “What’s Mine and Yours,” which Al Woodworth beautifully and succinctly describes as “a quietly brilliant novel about a small North Carolina town and how parents and children — white and Black — experience love and loss, rejection and support.” Amazon’s book editors have expanded on all 10 selections below.
Here are Amazon’s top 10 books of March 2021:
Captions have been provided by Amazon’s book editors.
‘What’s Mine and Yours’ by Naima Coster
For fans of Celeste Ng, Ann Patchett, and Jacqueline Woodson, Naima Coster’s “What’s Mine and Yours” is a quietly brilliant novel about a small North Carolina town and how parents and children — white and Black — experience love and loss, rejection and support, and what happens when a white wealthy school opens its doors to the less wealthy and more diverse. By turns searing and tender, “What’s Mine and Yours” beautifully unravels the hurt, happiness, and hope that one generation bestows upon the next. —Al Woodworth