Selena Gomez – “Thirteen Reasons Why” by Jay Asher
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This New York Times Bestselling novel tells the story of Hannah Baker… and the thirteen reasons why she committed suicide. When it was released, the book was praised for giving insight to teens struggling with depression. Selena loves this story so much she is turning it into a series for Netflix.
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Taylor Swift – “Becoming” by Cindy Crawford
“Becoming” is a collection of Cindy Crawford’s memoirs, life lessons, and (of course) the most iconic images from her modeling career. It also makes for a very becoming coffee table book. Just ask Taytay:
Emma Watson – “Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl” by Carrie Brownstein
Speaking of memoirs, Carrie Brownstein‘s new book is all about how music shaped her life (appropriately taking its title from her song lyrics). Carrie Brownstein also discusses feminism, so it’s perfect reading for gender rights activist Hermione Granger, a.k.a. Emma Watson.
Jess M. Garcia – “Coloring Outside the Kitchen” by Casey Landau
The star of Disney Channel’s “Liv & Maddie” and Go90’s “Betch” proves that coloring books aren’t just for kids. This pocket-sized version was created to educate others about women’s history– through the magic of crayons!
Lena Dunham – “Moody Bitches” by Julie Holland, MD
Women are often put down for acting emotional and moody. But, in her new book, Dr. Julie Holland encourages ladies to find empowerment in mood swings. It looks like Lena agrees with this doctor’s recommendation.
Emma Roberts – So Many Books
Emma is currently reading so many different books, I don’t know how she finds the time! Get it, gurl.
Yara Shahidi – “Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Zora Neale Hurston
The Black-ish star recently read the classic novel “Their Eyes Were Watching God.” Can’t wait to see what she’s reading next!