All Sides Weekend: Books
A Washington Post survey this summer found that people’s reading habits are closely tied to the reality of living during a pandemic and a racial reckoning.
Top picks, books about race and social justice. Also popular, books about dystopian societies, pandemics, and self-help books.
For all those who reached for books that reflected the times, there were just as many looking to escape it.
Today on All Sides Weekend: Books with Christopher Purdy: Columbus libraries’ Quick Picks are back. And there is a new service called My Next Read.
- Kassie Rose, WOSU book critic
- Kris Hickey, youth services manager, Columbus Metropolitan Library Whetstone branch
- David Weaver, executive director, Ohioana Library Association
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