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What does it mean to be a modern woman? What’s the secret to perfect skin? Why are we all so obsessed with The Bachelor? These are all questions asked (and answered) in April’s best new books.
Structured like a sonata, this debut novel by PureWow’s food and wellness director is about a high school student, a violin prodigy and their unconventional bond. Buy the book
Filled to the brim with Crosley’s trademark wit, this collection of essays covers a handful of the weird shenanigans she gets into, from scaling active volcanoes and playing herself on Gossip Girl to befriending swingers. Buy the book
Calling all Broadway fans. Purdum’s latest is an in-depth look at the creative partnership that shaped musical theater. We’re referring to Richards Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein III, of course. Buy the book
Kaufman’s unauthorized history of the Bachelor franchise is a fascinating study of its broader cultural implications, like how it has shaped society's feelings about love, marriage and feminism through a Jane Austen-esque marriage plot. Buy the book
A memoir in the vein of The Glass Castle, No Way Home is about the author’s unconventional childhood and growing up—unknowingly—on the run from the FBI. Buy the book
A thrilling take on Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play,” this homage from the acclaimed Norwegian writer of The Snowman is set in the noir-ish 1970s in Scotland. Buy the book
This helpful handbook by author and wellness expert Dr. Lipman aims to teach you (or re-teach you) how to eat, sleep, move, protect, unwind and connect. All things we could use a little help with. Buy the book
Reminiscent of Girl, Interrupted and The Bell Jar, Bailey’s debut memoir is about living with a debilitating case of obsessive compulsive disorder and her hard-won journey to recovery. Buy the book
The author of The Interestings is back with a look at modern feminism through the eyes of both a wide-eyed millennial and hardened boomer. Buy the book
If you’ve ever stressed about a recurring pimple or a forehead wrinkle you fear is there to stay, dermatologist and research scientist Dr. Bowe’s first book is chock-full of (digestible) science and tips for maximizing skin health. Buy the book
Three bickering adult siblings come together in the wake of their mother’s death to rebuild their family and connect with their aging father. Buy the book
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