It’s a Woman’s Reading World

For International Women’s Day, enter for a chance to win #StrongBooksforStrongWomen. Along with our sister imprints Algonquin Young Readers, Workman Publishing and Artisan Books, we are so proud to publish these extraordinary books by their equally extraordinary authors.

Go to the original post on Workman Publishing’s Instagram page, like the photo and tag a strong woman in your life. Giveaway ends March 11, 2018, at 11:59pm ET. Visit for the full rules.

Here’s a little bit more about the Algonquin books in this bunch:

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones: This instant New York Times bestseller and Oprah’s Book Club pick has earned rave reviews at every turn. The newest comes from The Atlantic: “Jones upends all expectations, flipping the reader’s perceptions and offering unexpected moments of clarity.”

The Leavers by Lisa Ko: A finalist for the National Book Award and Barnes & Noble Discover prize, this debut novel “is imperative reading: a vivid fictional exploration of what it means to belong and what it feels like when you don’t . . . Ko gives us an unsparing portrait of the resilience and grit it takes to risk everything to break free of tradition and start over in a foreign land.” (O, The Oprah Magazine)

Young Jane Young by Gabrielle Zevin: This is the story of five women . . . and the sex scandal that binds them together. “This sly, exhilarating novel takes on slut-shaming . . . and manages to be hilarious in the process.”

(Psst, be sure to check out Algonquin Young Readers’ brand new book, Votes for Women by Winifred Conkling. This is the book you’ll want to buy for every young person you know. And keep a copy for yourself. This look at the suffragists’ fight for the right to vote “gives hope that, no matter how broken the system, no matter much our beliefs seem to divide us, change can happen.” (Chicago Tribune)


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