We have put together a variety pack celebrating women - in literature, politics, history, the great outdoors and much more! Be inspired by the Bronte sisters, Eleanor Roosevelt, Aretha Franklin, Ruth Reichl, Carrie Fisher and the Iron Lady herself. The 20 books in the pack are as follows:
9781472154170Ayiti By: Roxane Gay
9780007309306Blood Sisters: The Women Behind the Wars of the Roses By: Sarah Gristwood
9781782197546Bomb Girls By: Jacky Hyams
9780143109624Eleanor Roosevelt By: Blanche Cook
9781471155666Lonely Courage: The true story of the SOE heroines who fought to free Nazi-occupied France By: Rick Stroud
9780642278920Looking for Rose Paterson: How Family Bush Life Nurtured Banjo the Poet By: Jennifer Gall
9780307958945Margaret Thatcher: The Authorized Biography: From Grantham to the Falklands By: Charles Moore
9781743368114My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life By: Ruth Reichl
9781783783021Negroland: A Memoir By: Margo Jefferson
9780812994995Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's "learned" By: Lena Dunham
9781473656192Quiet Girls Can Run the World: The beta woman's handbook to the modern workplace By: Rebecca Holman
9780316196819Respect: The Life of Aretha Franklin By: David Ritz
9780349005409Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion By: Michelle Dean
9780571275823She Left Me the Gun: My Mother's Life Before Me By: Emma Brockes
9781784295547Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman By: Lindy West
9781408708316The Brontes: A Life in Letters By: Juliet Barker
9781474605359The Favourite: The Life of Sarah Churchill and the History Behind the Major Motion Picture By: Ophelia Field
9781844865338The Girl Outdoors: The Wild Girl's Guide to Adventure By: Sian Lewis
9781781256947The Glass Wall: Success strategies for women at work - and businesses that mean business By: Sue Unerman
9780399185793The Princess Diarist By: Carrie Fisher
A vast array of fiction and non-fiction abounds in this box full of some of the best writing by women.
Anyone who loves food or food writing will be enamoured with Ruth Reichl's My Kitchen Year. Mixing recipes with anecdotes, The New York Times writer will dazzle you with her passion for cooking.
Sian Lewis' The Girl Outdoors is an extensive look at adventures in many forms. Full of beautiful photographs and wonderful ideas, it will grab you from the first few pages and take you along for the ride.
An extensively well-researched look at the Bronte sisters, by Juliet Barker, will find lovers of the sisters enjoying new information, but also working as a great introduction for those that are not familiar.
The Glass Wall by Sue Unerman will provide every woman with implementable ideas to utilise in the working world, particularly in male-dominated workplaces. Unerman doesn't waste time getting to the important points, making this an interesting read.
Roxane Gay is comfortable across all forms of writing and Ayiti is her collection of various pieces across many genres. Writing about love, death and everything in between, based around Haiti, Gay has written another memorable book.
Elisa, Book Grocer