Genre: Historical Fiction

CMAP Library Reads – March

Every month, librarians share books they are excited about with the members of the Center for Modern Aging Princeton.

Jordan’s Picks

Jordan has a passion for diverse literary journeys that transcend time and genre boundaries.

Eva’s Picks

Eva likes adventures, tragedies, storytellers, liars, and books about characters making long, dangerous journeys.

Marissa’s Picks

Marissa likes historical fiction with strong female leads…and dinosaurs.

Hispanic Heritage for Kids

Explore titles that highlight the Hispanic/Latinx experience, storytellers and artists, and history and culture.

Cliff’s Picks

A scholar of Greek & Latin Classics, Cliff’s reading tastes inevitably trend toward literature, philosophy, history, & criticism.

Juneteenth for Teens

Explore nonfiction and fiction titles about honoring and celebrating Juneteenth, emancipation, Black history, and culture.

Black History for Teens

Nonfiction and fiction books for teens on Black creators and leaders, historical events and movements.

Leslie’s Picks

Leslie loves going through the journey with the characters and seeing them develop along the road.

Back to School for Adults

If you miss your school days, then perhaps reading a novel set in a school or book about education will help ease those pangs.

Erica’s Picks

Erica enjoys contemporary & historical fiction, memoirs, and essay collections.

PSRC Library Reads – May

Every month, librarians share books they are excited about with the members of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.

Winter Reads

Grab a mug of cocoa and settle down with one of these wintry titles.

Women in Historical Fiction

A sampling of historical fiction that features strong female leads, some inspired by real-life heroines throughout the centuries.

Women in Translation

August is Women in Translation Month, a time to both celebrate and read works in translation by women authors.

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