It’s Dare Day! In celebration I dare all of you to read these LGBTQIA+ books throughout Pride Month and beyond.
Whether you are new to the works of Angelou or a long-time admirer, in honor of her birthday today and as part of her Day of Reading, here are 5 books by Maya Angelou that you should read!
These short fiction and non-fiction books can be read in a day, perfect for catching up with your Goodreads reading challenge.
Every state is the setting of a famous book. What book is your state the setting of? Alabama – To Kill a Mockingbird Published in 1960, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird takes place in the fictional town of Maycomb, Alabama, which is based on Lee’s hometown of Monroeville, Alabama. Monroeville was also the hometown of Truman Capote. image via amazon Alaska – Into the wild Jon Krakauer’s 1996 non-fiction book is an expansion of his essay on Christopher McCandless, titled Death of an Innocent. Into the Wild was later adapted into the Academy Award nominated film of …