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#FridayReads Reading Roundup: Suffragettes, Feminisms, and Young Womyn Detectives

A big shout-out for Women's History Month from us here at NYPL Recommends!

Well Done, Sister Suffragette!

Cast off the shadows of yesterday! Shoulder to shoulder into the fray!

Know Your Feminisms

Feminism 101. These books are required reading, essential for understanding the history of feminism and the women's rights movement.

She's Cracking the Case

Last week, we delved into girl detectives; this week, we’re looking at those girls growing up.

Looking for a good book for the weekend? Join us on Twitter @NYPLRecommends Fridays from 10-11 a.m. for #TheLibrarianIsIn.

This week, Lynn is reading the soon-to-be-published The Geography of Madness: Penis Thieves Vodoo Death and the Search for the Meaning of the World's Strangest Syndroms  and wondering... how do I get a job where I travel around the world and write about things I find fascinating?

Gwen is reading Of Bees and Mist by Erick Setiawan, which is fantastic magical realism, and this really sad Ann Beattie story in the New Yorker.

Also, don't miss The Librarian Is In Podcast for more freewheeling book talk. 


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