With thousands of books to choose from, it can be hard to decide which to read. This year’s new releases add to that dilemma. Butler students share some of the top books they are excited to read in 2024.
Ever wonder if a book will be worth the three-month hold at the public library? Is it worth buying? Or is it even worth taking the time to read? Find out Butler student opinions on popular BookTok books.
Each and every Taylor Jenkins Reid book is loved for a different reason. Follow along to read what Butler students love about her work.
“Shame is what is driving all of this mess in this country,” Julia Whitehead said. Whitehead blames the number of banned books and challenged books in this country on the lack of willingness to communicate in society.
Read about books by romance novelist Emily Henry and what she has planned for next summer’s release.
Following Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ new novel “The Brothers Hawthorne”, and the adaptation-in-the-making, students on Butler’s campus reflect on the bestselling series “The Inheritance Games”.
Some may be sad that the summer is coming to an end. Others may be excited to get out of the scorching heat. But whether readers are ready to relax inside with air conditioning, or lay in a hammock on the mall, here are some summer book recommendations from fellow Butler bookworms.
Censorship is growing increasingly prevalent as more and more books are banned throughout America, and this is a major issue.
Instead of going out on a date this Valentine’s Day, stay home with a book! Live vicariously through these lovely book recommendations.
Independent bookstores are important to consider when shopping for books — their community impact and specialization are often more prominent than that of chain bookstores or Amazon.